The global growth of grid connected devices, such as EV chargers, heat pumps and solar panels are entering an unprecedented period of growth.

With that growth, comes an ever-increasing demand on the electrical supply grids of many countries, most of which were never designed for the demands of rapid chargers and communities of domestic chargers.

We are working with innovation teams at many Grid and Utility companies, key technology suppliers and the multitude of charger vendors to establish a data service that aggregates charger usage data, analyses it and distributes it to the Grid companies in real-time.

We will be able to offer peak demand geographic visualisation maps, data feeds for integration with existing Grid Operation Room monitoring systems, and in 2-3 years time, we intend to harness the power of AI to model and predict demand peaks before they happen.

We want EVs and heat pump adoption to have mass appeal. Neither us, nor the Grid companies want an ageing grid supply n...
The global growth of grid connected devices, such as EV chargers, heat pumps and solar panels are entering an unprecedented period of growth.

With that growth, comes an ever-increasing demand on the electrical supply grids of many countries, most of which were never designed for the demands of rapid chargers and communities of domestic chargers.

We are working with innovation teams at many Grid and Utility companies, key technology suppliers and the multitude of charger vendors to establish a data service that aggregates charger usage data, analyses it and distributes it to the Grid companies in real-time.

We will be able to offer peak demand geographic visualisation maps, data feeds for integration with existing Grid Operation Room monitoring systems, and in 2-3 years time, we intend to harness the power of AI to model and predict demand peaks before they happen.

We want EVs and heat pump adoption to have mass appeal. Neither us, nor the Grid companies want an ageing grid supply network to crumble under the loads of these devices, with a worst case of community power outages.

There is proven, extensive demand and interest for this service already from leading figures in the electrical supply market, in the UK and other countries.
There is interest from a number of large multi-national technology suppliers to harness and promote this service, if that is a route we wish to take.

We are looking for funding to establish this service.
We have identified and engaged with relevant stakeholders related to data services, AI implementation and target market needs.

We are at the stage of needing to bring this service to life, so the key stakeholders we already know can introduce this to their colleagues in operational teams and senior management.

We look forward to having the opportunity to discuss this technology service in more detail soon.

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