Oil and gas companies are in a great position to embrace the e-mobility revolution — they already have strong, well-established brands, thousands of fueling stations, and intimate knowledge of their customers’ fueling habits.
They are uniquely positioned to directly solve the issues already in play for electric vehicle drivers — many EV drivers are unhappy with charger availability, quality, and stability, and many suffer from range anxiety. Consumers are increasingly demanding reliable charging networks and the ability to charge wherever they are — which oil and gas companies can provide. …
The transition to electric vehicles is an unstoppable juggernaut, and Driivz is proud to be an integral part of it. We’re only at the beginning of what promises to be a massive revolution that will have a tremendous positive impact on business, people, and the environment, so the exchange and flow of ideas is essential to maintain progress.
The below six EV-industry influencers are very different, but all have either philosophies or missions that align closely with ours. They are driving conversations about EVs, renewable energy, and living more “green.” …
To reduce pollution and create a cleaner environment, utilities and service providers need to implement sustainable, affordable, and secure energy and mobility solutions that work together to power the electric vehicle (EV) future.
The increasing adoption of electric vehicles may lead to an unmanageable increase in the demand for power generation, affecting existing infrastructure stability. In addition, although the utility industry has increased its use of renewable energy, wind and solar are not steady resources since they are dependent on the weather. Therefore, they cannot be considered as reliable sources in times of peak demand.
This is where Smart energy…
Reducing TCO for Charge Point Operators and eMobility Service Providers (EMSPs)
Electric vehicle charging-station operations management is complex, with uptime as the most critical challenge for charge point operators (CPO). eMobility service providers (EMSP) cannot have electric vehicle owners get to an EV charging station only to discover that the charge point is not operational. Anytime a malfunction occurs, the operator loses revenue and customer loyalty.
Whenever a charge point isn’t working properly, it’s very expensive to send a technician to repair it. EMSPs and CPOs need to know about any issues with charging operations management infrastructure in real-time to…
“I want the chargers to work every time.”
“I want to control my EV charging experience.”
“I want a quick and easy payment process.”
“I want to be able to give feedback to my eMobility service provider”
“I want to find charging stations’ locations anywhere I go.”
As electric vehicle (EV) adoption picks up pace, the EV charging stations market is heating up and predicted to grow at a CAGR of 38.4% from 2019 to reach $38.9 billion by 2027.
Reliability — Ensure Charger Stability and Availability
Maintaining user satisfaction is a challenge, especially in the face of multiple technical…
The global shift towards electrification is not just disrupting the transportation industry — it is profoundly transforming the energy market as well. As a result, utilities are facing new pressure to meet the additional energy demands posed by the e-mobility.
However, utility companies are well positioned to take full advantage of this transformation of two of the world’s biggest sectors; namely, transportation and energy. Through their understanding of EV drivers as energy consumers, plus their ability to lead and control the energy market, they can bridge the gap between the two industries.