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New charging ecosystem to provide complete EV infrastructure for fleets

A new EV ecosystem that provides a complete charging infrastructure for EV fleets has launched from EO Charging.

EO’s integrated charging ecosystem provides businesses and governments with EV charging infrastructure required to electrify fleets at scale and pace

The integrated solution has been designed to include everything that businesses and governments need to electrify vehicle fleets at scale and at pace – it’s specifically designed to accelerate the electrification of any return-to-depot or return-to-home fleet across Europe, US and globally at any stage of fleet electrification.

The new charging ecosystem is targeted at many different types of EV fleets – from car and van, to truck and bus operators – and is founded on the EO Cloud software. The SaaS-based management platform can be tailored to any size fleet or business and combines charge scheduling, site load management, vehicle telematics/fuel card/asset management system integration, along with energy data to reduce infrastructure installation costs and optimise fuel cost per vehicle.

The solution also includes upfront consultation, design and deployment, plus AC and DC charging hardware – encompassing both EO-manufactured charge points or any OCPP-compliant hardware – and the EO Hub ‘brain of the depot’ that manages power requirements and delivers scalability.

It’s also backed by 24/7/365 support and maintenance, providing a premium service for mission-critical charging infrastructure and ensuring global fleets remain operational.

It’s the latest development by EO, whose EV fleet charging services are already used by some of the world’s leading corporations in the UK 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 datapoints 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.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

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