EVs are the future of transportation. With 26.4 million EVs forecast on U.S. roads in 2030, readily available EV charging infrastructure is essential for consumers, enterprises, universities, and fleets.
EV charging stations report on EV charging but not on the availability of parking at the EV charging station. When Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicles block EV charging spaces, known as “ICEing”, or when EV vehicles park beyond charging, charging station utilization is limited, and EV users must find charging elsewhere.
In the commercial EV charging space, EVs deployed for e-commerce delivery and courier services are skyrocketing, driving demand for centralized commercial EV charging stations. The lack of real-time charger availability information, especially during peak hours, significantly limits the efficiency and user experience of many commercial EV charging depots.