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The world of EV charging has ultimately evolved to encompass chargers fully connected to the internet. These chargers are known as third-generation chargers, and even when they provide the same core service of charging your EV, they are miles away from the chargers of the past. Third-generation chargers have unique characteristics that set them apart from the other generations. They are fully connected to the network, meaning that their able to provide far more functionality but also that they require an internet connection. There are several ways to provide an internet connection to your site. Let's explore the connection methods thoroughly and how you can leverage them to create the optimal installation. Ethernet Connection An ethernet connection is a physical way of provisioning your site with internet connectivity. This method entails RJ45 cables, or in layman's terms ethernet cables.  An ethernet connection is the most secure way to provide internet connectivity, and it's fairly

EV charging stations are easy to promote with the right tools. Noodoe EV OS’ ever-expanding library of microservices makes using EV chargers as marketing tools easy. Companies all over the world use vouchers and voucher codes as a way to attract customers, increase sales, and solidify customer loyalty. However, so much more is possible with this simple promotion microservice. It all depends on how you think about it! At an exhibition or convention center, organizers may want to prepare free charging for the participants or partners of hosted events. However, given the costs of EV charging, owners often want to control charger usage. In such cases, this one-time charging code can be deployed. A voucher code is valid for 12 hours upon activation before expiring. Afterward, participants or partners can contact the event organizer to get a new voucher code. What does “microservice” mean in terms of EV charging stations?  Microservices are small

It’ll come as no surprise that the tide has been turning in the direction of electric vehicles. Anyone who has paid any attention these last few years (especially the last six months) has seen this inexorable cultural shift happening worldwide. At the moment, about 40% of Americans are at least somewhat interested in purchasing an EV as their next vehicle. That may not seem world-changing, but for a country so heavily built on car ownership, it’s a huge shift. EV registration saw a 60% bump during Q1 2022, due in part to the precipitous rise in fuel costs. But what else is driving EV adoption? Factors Affecting EV Adoption Personal Finances EVs are cheaper to maintain. Given their lack of internal combustion engines, these vehicles simply have fewer moving parts that need checking, upkeep, and repair. While complaints that mechanics didn’t know their way around these new vehicles may have been true in

In the world of EV charging, there are three things that every charging station manager needs to consider when putting in new equipment: the charging hardware, the management software, and the right peripherals. Those first two get a lot of attention, but what was that last one? What peripherals are we talking about here? Well, I mean the kind of accessories that support a fully-rounded EV charging environment. That can mean an EV charging pedestal, internet support, or cable management system.  EV Charger Pedestal This seems like one of those things that shouldn’t change dramatically from one iteration to the next. And yet, not all pedestals are created equal. When comparing one pedestal to another, it’s important to gauge durability, aesthetics, and modularity.  Durability Pedestals need to be able to stand up to the elements. Which elements depends a little on where your charging stations will be located. Generally speaking, though, if your charger

The rise of EVs has ultimately driven the demand for chargers, which in turn has paved the way for payment methods to evolve. But how do drivers pay for their charging sessions? Is it the same way we do now for filling our tanks with gas? Not necessarily. Paying for a charging session has become exceptionally easy and convenient.  Long gone are the days of paying with cash! Customers now have access to a range of options when they pull up to the electrified “pump.” And for charging station owners and operators, this is great news. Modern, connected EV chargers have the ability to seamlessly collect revenue and deliver it to the station owner. Let's go over the most common payment methods currently used by charging stations. It sure isn't the same as paying for gas, and it might take some time to get used to, but we’re sure you’ll find

The world of consumer vehicles has gone mad for EVs. For years, the waves of change have been drawing the electric revolution inexorably closer. Electrifying commercial fleets, however, is a little different from trading in the family SUV for a VW ID.4. Fleet vehicles have schedules and require maintenance that's more consistent and often more expensive than home vehicles. They also need new infrastructure: charging stations and a backend operating system. They suffer greatly from an unforeseen charger or vehicle downtime. Thankfully, there are solutions to these problems! Operating Costs The first worry when electrifying a commercial fleet is how much the transition will cost. EVs are more expensive, right? And that's without thinking about the cost of installing on-site infrastructure. Those numbers add up! While there’s no single solution, two points deserve consideration. Total Cost of Ownership EVs cost more upfront. No way around it. However, the story doesn't end there. PG&E has

While EV charging is an important source of revenue for certain businesses, for others it’s a perk offered to drivers on their way through. Access Codes give businesses a way to offer controlled access to complimentary charging on-site in a way that feels comfortable and familiar to business owners and customers alike. In the same way that a hotel or restaurant might give out a Wi-Fi access password, establishments can offer EV drivers free Access Codes for their EV charging stations. Noodoe EV OS streamlines the whole process with the Access Code, available through the Noodoe EV OS Microservices Library. What is the Noodoe Microservices Libary? Noodoe’s management platform, Noodoe EV OS, can seamlessly integrate microservices from the Noodoe Microservices Library. Access to the library can be added to any Noodoe EV OS subscription and give the host access to a broad range of powerful, flexible solutions that optimize EV charger management.

The most noteworthy event bringing together innovative technologies that touch all aspects of our lives is fast approaching! Electric Dreams Exhibition at Brisbane Showgrounds on the 2nd and 3rd of July will be showcasing the latest and greatest in electric technologies and the future of living. Electric transportation is fast becoming a big part of everyone’s life. We can witness the changes happening around us. Cars plugged into the charger at the parking garage are hard not to notice. Let us take a closer look; within one year, Australia has seen a dramatic increase in the adoption of electric vehicles. According to the sales figures released by Electric Vehicle Council, sales of plug-in electric cars tripled in the past year, from 6,900 in 2020 to 20,665 in 2021. Hence now, EVs account for 2% of the market share of new cars compared to 0.78% in 2020. Consequently, country leaders worldwide are

Monetizing chargers is an important issue that we hear about from many customers. How do I charge drivers for powering up? Do I have control over the pricing at my charging stations? What choices are there for measuring that price? Are there ways to incentivize charging at my location? Is changing the pricing for my chargers easy?  These are important questions for any business owner, especially one who’s investing in a new piece of their business. Thankfully, the answers are simple and straightforward. Let’s dive in and take a look at the different ways of charging for use at any charging station running Noodoe EV OS. What do I measure for pricing? The heart of any Noodoe charging station is its operating system. As with a computer, the hardware components are only as powerful as the software running them. With that software, there are a few ways to set and charge end-users for

Electrical upgrades are complicated, time-consuming, and expensive. But how else are you going to install all the charging stations you need to meet the growing demand? Many companies offer hardware-based solutions that can divide electrical capacity across numerous charging stations. But not Noodoe. We have something better, more flexible, and future-proof because it can evolve with future charging needs. Activate the Noodoe EV OS Load Management (available through the Noodoe Microservices Library), and experience a smooth, software-based answer to power management.  What is the Noodoe Microservices Libary? Noodoe’s management platform, Noodoe EV OS, can seamlessly integrate apps from the Noodoe Microservices Library. Access to the library can be added to any Noodoe EV OS subscription and give the host access to a broad range of powerful, flexible solutions that optimize EV charger management. Noodoe’s Load Management optimizes energy usage through the smart allocation of power based on the state of charge of