Noodoe, a global leader in EV charging technology, recently collaborated with Audi Taiwan in Asia to help bring EV charging solutions to their growing customer base. Demand for EV technology continues to grow in the US and the rest of the world in spite of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and other economic stresses.
IRVINE, CALIF. JANUARY 12, 2021
oodoe, a global leader in EV charging technology, recently collaborated with Audi Taiwan in Asia to help bring EV charging solutions to their growing customer base. Demand for EV technology continues to grow in the US and the rest of the world in spite of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and other economic stresses.
“Many automakers around the world are putting Noodoe EV technology at the center of their support infrastructure,” says Noodoe CEO Jennifer Chang. “Our Noodoe EV OS network platform, along with our Noodoe EV chargers, empower network builders with ‘extreme automation,’ enabling operators the lowest possible operating costs while making everyone’s transition to electric easy.”
EV growth and the related demand for charging stations worldwide continues unabated. According to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Global EV Outlook 2020, the world is entering “the decade of electric drive.” While sales of internal combustion cars the past two years have remained sluggish, EV sales experienced another banner year with 2.1 million electric vehicles sold. In the US and around the world, global electric car stock has skyrocketed every year since 2010.
As technological progress in the electrification of two/three-wheelers, buses and trucks advance and the market for them grows, so does the need for EV charging technology as advanced as the vehicles. “Noodoe EV OS fully automates everything – 24/7 charging service delivery, automatic peak-hour price adjustment, automatic transaction billing, auto payment processing, auto bank transfers, infrastructure diagnostics and intelligent energy management,” says Chang. “Operators can generate revenues automatically and continuously. The infrastructure for electric-vehicle charging continues to expand. In 2019, there were about 7.3 million chargers worldwide, mostly slow chargers. With the introduction of Level 2 and 3 DC fast-chargers, we expect consumer adoption of electric vehicles to boom.”
Reach out to Noodoe’s media team.