EO Charging has unveiled its fleet EV charging ecosystem, a complete charging infrastructure offering available for car, van, truck and bus fleets.
The new fleet solution includes everything a business or government needs to electrify vehicle fleets at scale and at pace. EO’s turnkey charging solution is specifically designed to accelerate the electrification of any return-to-depot or return-to-home fleet.
The EO Cloud offering gives fleet managers a scalable platform for building new charging infrastructures or for integrating existing EV charging networks. The streamlined, single platform view of fleet data gives fleet managers more control and insight into their fleet’s performance.
In addition to the EO Cloud software component, EO is designing and manufacturing next generation OCPP compliant hardware designed for return-to-depot and return to-home fleets.
EO recently executed an operations and management program covering several thousand AC chargers at more than 50 sites across six countries for one of its clients. As part of the charging program, EO resolved any Europe-wide on-site or remote issue in an average time of under three hours.
EO’s EV fleet charging services are already used by some of the world’s leading corporations in the U.K. and Europe including Amazon, DHL, Go-Ahead, Tesco, and Uber.
Charlie Jardine, Founder & CEO at EO Charging, said: “For years enterprise tech businesses have successfully used a range of applications, programming languages, hardware and platforms to enable scalability and interoperability. We’re now introducing this level of scalability and flexibility to the world of EV charging with a ‘full-stack’ ecosystem that provides fleet managers with the software and hardware to bring multiple data points together in one seamless view.
“With EO’s turnkey solution, fleet managers and operators will have a one-stop shop for planning through implementation of the electrification of their vehicle fleets.
“A primary focus is to ensure the EO Cloud offers fleet managers the right software-based tools and single viewpoint to manage electric vehicles anywhere in the world. We’re working to integrate the world’s best charging hardware, third-party management systems and data management to facilitate this.”