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Fuuse launches Fuuse Energy EV charge management platform


Electric vehicle charge point management expert Fuuse has launched of a full suite of energy products so organisations can confidently install and manage EV charging infrastructure while balancing the impact on sites’ energy supply and grid demand.

FuuseEnergy is a new suite, complementing the core Fuuse charge point management platform, enabling businesses to effectively monitor and manage their EV charging infrastructure, pre and post installation.

The launch comes 10 months after the Lancaster-based charging software innovators acquired energy management consultancy Envisij, from which many of the latest tools have been developed.

Gary Highton, Fuuse head of energy said: “FuuseEnergy provides the link between your EVs, buildings and the energy grid. With increasingly limited electrical capacity in local and on-site grids, there is a greater need to optimise how energy is used.

“As EV adoption accelerates, we have released a unique arsenal of tools to help inform site infrastructure and provide more control over how energy is distributed across your sites. We’re enabling organisations to plan, monitor and react to energy consumption and demand.”

Amongst the latest tools being launched, Fuuse EnergyMap offers organisations a comprehensive audit of energy usage to inform infrastructure decisions. Using half hourly metered consumption data, businesses can now understand site baseline demand and the forecasted affect EV charging will place on that demand. Organisations will have a clear view on their capacity needs when chargers are in operation and make informed decisions to request efficient DNO upgrades where necessary.

Fuuse Energy Monitoring is a cloud-based enterprise monitoring solution with options to observe real-time energy usage across a site. Integrating with the Fuuse core platform, Energy Monitoring enables the efficient deployment of Fuuse’s Multi Level Dynamic Load Balancing to protect sites from capacity spikes and prevent contracted capacity tariff penalties, whilst maximising power to EV chargers as needed.

The Fuuse innovation team will continue to evolve the Energy suite alongside Fuuse’s core platform capabilities, with “ground-breaking implications for fleets and EV charging sites” due to be revealed later this year.

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