Intelligent Load and Charge Management
Would you like to equip your car park or parking spaces in underground car parks and multi-storey car parks with charging stations? enisyst’s charge management makes sure your car charging infrastructure is fit for the future.
When does charge management for e-charging stations make sense?
The number of electric vehicles is increasing. Since the majority of the charging infrastructure in buildings are not prepared for higher charging capacities, grid overloading problems can arise, causing increased load peaks and higher electricity costs.
We offer you the right solution:
Intelligent load management distributes electricity optimally.
Advantages of our intelligent load and charging management:
- Limitation of charging power and prioritisation of charging stations
- Avoidance or reduction of load peaks
- Prevention of overloading electrical installations and lines
Static and Dynamic Load Management compared
Static Load Management
Dynamic Load Management
Everything from a single source:
Hardware and commissioning provision
We advise you on selecting the most suitable charging station and handle your entire ordering process. We ensure the charging station is delivered safely and successfully, saving you from time spent comparing models and overseeing orders.
Data management and billing data
Our data management generates and stores your billing data, allowing you to maintain an overview of charging processes and electricity flows. If desired, we can also generate and process data for billing processes.
Monitoring and network analysis
We set up interfaces for communication with the grid operator, configure the charging station and connect it to our system. You will receive a user account with remote access for the eni.web interface, which you can use for comprehensive data analysis and remote maintenance in the event of any fault.
Legal issues and subsidies
Due to their comparatively high electrical connected load, charging stations must be registered with the grid operator. We support you in addressing all legal questions and subsidies, saving you significant time and money.
Metering and charging concepts
There are various options to consider when creating an individual metering and billing concept for your application.
We are more than happy to provide no-obligation advice on all such matters.
Advantages of eni.charge distribution system:
Dynamic metering and charging concepts prevent overloading of the grid connection.
Additional charging stations can be added and integrated as required. Possibility for additional integration of PV and CHP vehicle charging systems using locally generated electricity
Free choice of charging stations or wallboxes (wallboxes of different manufacturers can be combined)
Secure systems and reliable operation as a result of system monitoring and notification functionality
Avoidance of expensive load peaks and high electricity cost periods provides significant cost-saving
Interested in our charge and load management?
If you are planning to integrate a charging station system into a smart neighbourhood,
are responsible for a municipal e-mobility expansion,
or would like to upgrade your car park for the future, get in touch now.
How you benefit:
We advise according to your individual situation and ensure you choose the best charging station for your needs.
Let us do the hard work, including the generation and processing of billing data.
Our PortfolioOur intelligent load and charging management solutions have potentially endless applications. Our system enables implementation of cross-sector solutions including:
enisyst e-mobility FAQ
Why shouldn't I charge my electric car using a household socket?
Charging electric vehicles via standard household socket is possible but should be regarded as an emergency solution due to:
- Not designed for continuous draw of 16 A
- Reduced possible charging power (2.3 kW) significantly increases charge time
- Danger of high continuous load causing overheating and cable fires
What are the advantages of a wallbox?
- Offers the safety and convenience of a charging infrastructure individually tailored to the vehicle
- Pre-integration of required protective devices (circuit breaker, FI switch if necessary)
- Potential charging power of up to 22 kW AC
- Monitoring and control of charging process adapted to the respective vehicle
- Universally applicable (single-/multi-phase charging)
- Future-proofing means wallbox optimises charging performance even when switching to larger battery capacity vehicles
When is charging management worthwhile?
Charging management is a vital consideration as soon as you install several charging columns or wallboxes at one location, or want to integrate additional generators such as a PV system or CHP unit.
With a dynamic charging load management system, you can:
- Limit charging power
- Prioritise individual charging stations/wallboxes
- Avoid or reduce peak loads
- Protect electrical installations and lines from overloading