Ampcontrol joins OpenADR at DISTRIBUTECH International 2024

February 20, 2024

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - Ampcontrol, the leading AI-powered software solution for fleet operators, will join OpenADR Alliance at DISTRIBUTECH International conference on February 27-29 in Orlando, Florida. The event focuses on transmission and distribution, showcasing cutting-edge technologies that drive energy efficiency, transportation, EV charger technology, and others. 

Ampcontrol is a proud member of the OpenADR Alliance, an organization created to standardize, automate, and simplify demand response and distributed energy resources. During this event, Ampcontrol co-exhibits at the OpenADR booth to showcase the benefits of smart charging for EV fleets. During the exhibit, Ampcontrol’s EV experts will show how fleet operators can cut operational costs, achieve industry-leading uptime, avoid grid constraints, and receive 24/7/365 support with the smart charging management system.  

To learn more, visit our team at booth #2057 in the exhibition hall or contact us at contact@ampcontrol.io to schedule a one-on-one during the conference.

About Ampcontrol

Ampcontrol is a leading AI-powered software for electric fleets. Fleet operators use Ampcontrol to reduce EV charger downtime and electric fueling costs. The software connects to the EV charging hardware and vehicle telematics to make real-time decisions and provide detailed monitoring tools to fleet operators. Benefits are on-time departures, a low peak power demand, energy cost reductions, fully charged vehicles, and more. Ampcontrol’s API-based platform allows for easy and seamless compatibility with other existing software systems. The VC-backed company has deployments in the US, Europe, LATAM, and Africa. To learn more, please visit https://www.ampcontrol.io/, LinkedIn, or reach out to pr@ampcontrol.io.

EV Charging Management Made Simple

Ampcontrol is a cloud-based software that seamlessly connects to charging networks, vehicles, fleet systems, and other software systems. No hardware needed, just a one-time integration.

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