Controlled charging of electric vehicles


  • Reconciling acceptance, customer convenience and system costs: requirements from regulation and the tariff options to supply charging point groups, potentially additional restrictions from upstream energy system. 
  • Use of EVs as flexibility to shift charging during periods of renewable energy supply
  • Increasing communication overhead, consideration of technical requirements, interaction of energy management systems  

Our solution and research work

  • Automated and self-learning methods of energy and charging management and integration/development of solutions in existing systems
  • Prediction of EV charging flexibility for integration and consideration at the market and in the grid
  • Controlled charging 
  • Optimal planning of charging processes exploiting flexibilities 
  • based on the current business model of self-consumption (multi-criteria)
  • Implementation as a service with standardized interfaces, including the industry-standard OCPP format for simplified integration into existing energy management and booking systems



More than 140 fast-charging stations are being built at what will be Germany's largest and most innovative fast-charging site on the A8.


Platform-based e-charging service in residential neighborhoods


Fleet energy management for battery-electric equipment carriers at Erfurt-Weimar Airport.