Alstom Grid and G2mobility, a French leader in electric vehicle supply equipment, have signed on Friday 5 December a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly commercialize solutions for smart electrical vehicle charging.
The solutions will provide cities with dashboards to better monitor and smartly manage the electrical vehicle charging, deployed on their territories. The solutions will also allow electrical aggregators to expand their demand response portfolio to cover electrical vehicle fleets whether in private campus or public car parks.
The solution will include Alstom’s Community Energy Management System (CEMS) software to monitor, analyze and optimize energy usage within territories as well as Alstom’s demand response management system (DRMS). G2mobility will provide smart charging stations as well as Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Information System to provide analytics on the charging stations energy usage, and advanced energy management features.