- Enable use for multiple cars
- Allow for regular updates to software
- Need to be able to charge faster than home charging units
This business needed to charge their vehicles throughout the day but with limited power available on site. We provided them with a smart and cost-effective solution. In this case study, we delve into the intricate details of how Intercontinental Brands Ltd. approached these challenges and the remarkable solutions they adopted to meet their specific needs.
Upon our first survey, we discovered that the existing installation and machinery was already close to the limit of power given by the local grid connection. This would normally mean we are unable to provide the installation of a charge point or points without getting the main incoming supply upgraded by the DNO, which could prove costly.
We were able to find a UK based manufacturer called MyEnergi to provide us with a solution.
We linked all charge points together using a wireless mesh device called the Harvi. This device constantly monitored the overall use of power to the building. This means when cars were charging and the building was getting towards the limit of power, the Harvi temporarily ‘derated’ the charge points until the capacity was restored.
Cars were able to be charged at 22kW of power without blowing fuses.
Installation of an internet connection allowed for regular firmware updates.
Saved on fuel
The business was able to acquire more EV cars to save money on fuel.
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