Service, retail or trade: customers find charging stations in the car parks of more and more businesses.
Charging in the company
Authorised charging station users are recognised automatically. The consumed electricity can be allocated to individual users and invoiced accordingly. Intelligent load management helps to optimise charging processes, taking into account the local situation in the grid.
Charging while shopping
Owners of electric vehicles prefer to do their shopping in places where they can charge their car at the same time. Businesses can offer charging services via vouchers, loyalty cards or smartphone apps. Selling the electricity is also possible. Charging is then paid for by credit card, PayPal or through a bill payment plan.
Charging in the public domain
Many energy utilities provide public charging stations for electric vehicles. Advantage: The charging network grows and customers can charge at the stations of partner companies under just one contract. This has been made possible through calibration law-compliant invoicing, accurately measuring consumption down to the kilowatt hour.
Charging at the filling station
In order to be able to charge all electric vehicles quickly, quick-charging stations must be equipped with all standard connector types.
With the latest quick-charging technology, it is possible to drive for another 100 kilometres after just 15 minutes charging time, depending on the model. Charging at the point is authorised via app QR code or fleet card. The electricity can then be paid for by credit card, PayPal or charging voucher.