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Smart charging and billing: Reev cooperates with The Mobility House

The goal of both e-mobility experts is clear: a simple, holistic and future-proof solution – from charging stations to full-service packages. To this end, they have developed technologies tailored to their respective strengths and have now combined their strengths: reev now also offers its customers – in addition to reev energy management – the ChargePilot charging and energy management system from The Mobility House, thus serving individual requirements with another customized solution. The Mobility House, as a hardware- and software-independent full-service provider, in turn integrates the billing solution from reev into its portfolio and sells reev software licenses to its own customers for custom-fit, scalable charging solutions with billing functions.

Open interfaces as a basis for the ramp-up of e-mobility

To ensure flawless operation of the joint systems, the two companies rely on open and proven standards and interfaces. For example, the Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) for forwarding billing-relevant data from ChargePilot to the reev dashboard. The latter was developed specifically to meet the needs of semi-public charging – such as at companies, in the real estate industry, in parking areas or in the hospitality industry. This makes it possible, for example, to manage several individual user groups for which flexible tariffs can be defined. Billing and invoicing are fully automated, with all processes running in the background. With the reev app for drivers, the drivers themselves have complete transparency over previous and current charging processes as well as their invoices and transactions. ChargePilot, in turn, takes over the intelligent and energy-efficient control of the charging processes in order to make the best possible use of the existing grid connection and to respond to the mobility needs of the customers. Depending on the application, this can save up to 70 percent of infrastructure and grid charges, or an average of 250 euros per charging point per year. Thanks to the open interface architecture, the system is also compatible with different AC and DC charging stations and enables the future integration of additional charging stations and modules.

15.05.2023   |  

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