CHARGING OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND PLUG-IN HYBRIDS IN HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS AND CONDOMINIUMS
Our experience shows that no housing association or condominium is that same, and there are a number of challenges and considerations that must be taken into thought when designing a shared charging facility. Does your housing association or condominium need a charging facility?
We will help you with:
Drafting of Needs
By mapping or drafting the number of charging points, location, possible future needs and administration of the charging points, we can more easily help you find the solution that best suits your housing association/ condominium.
It is very often that there is limited electricity when arrangements are made for charging in common car parks in housing associations and condominiums. The solution is often to set up a solid and future-oriented infrastructure that takes into account that all the car parks can easily have the possibility of charging.
Optimal Utilization of Capacity
An important factor in housing associations and condominiums is that everyone has equal access to electricity for charging. We help you distribute the available capacity for optimal utilization of the available power. This is called load and phase balancing and is either static or dynamic.
The administration system for the charging facility must provide control to the housing association/co-ownership over users, power consumption, reports, status of the charging stations, access control and payment solutions. It should be flexible, simple and intuitive. You can also leave all the operations to us if desired.
Stability and Support
Stable and reliable charging systems with high uptime are very critical when many people depend on charging their cars. Likewise, there is follow-up and support should something unexpected happen. Technical challenges are normally fixed within one working day.
The solution must be easy to use for everyone, regardless of age, level of knowledge and vehicle. With good information and signage, user errors, frustration and frequent inquiries to the plant owner are reduced.
OUR CHARGING SOLUTIONS
Charging Station and Charging Cables
We offer charging stations and cables from several different suppliers, which means that we can offer a solution that suits your housing association/condominium. All of our delivery doors satisfy Norwegian regulations and the climate so that the product will last for many years.
We supply smart and scalable charging solutions with load balancing for charging vehicles to large and small housing associations and condominiums. The solutions distribute the total power between all the charging boxes so that everyone has the opportunity to charge the car with the maximum available power (up to 32A) when others have finished charging or are not connected.
User Friendly Administration
The administration system is very easy and intuitive to use, and it has all the functions a plant owner needs. The system is free of charge as long as you manage it yourself.
THE WEB PORTAL- ADMINISTRATION OF THE CHARGING FACILITY
The online portal makes it easy to manage who has access to the charging facility. Access control is managed with RFID or an app, which makes it simple and user-friendly for everyone. Alternatively, you can have the charging stations open for even easier access, for example private garages.
Power Consumption and Reports
The system provides the opportunity to generate reports on power consumption and charging time per charging station, user, hour, day, week, month or year. This flexibility gives the option of how to price charging, either based on period (access), power consumption (kWh) or charging time. Alternatively, a 3rd party solution can be connected to manage the payment of the electricity automatically for a fee.
The portal provides a full overview and control over consumption, access control, real-time status of the facility and charging stations. It makes it easier to detect errors and fix problems quickly so that the charging system maintains a high uptime and predictability regarding charging.