New York, NY, October 18th, 2022 — We are proud to announce that WattEV has selected Ampcontrol as a leading partner to provide smart charging technology for WattEV's charging hubs in California.
Earlier this year, WattEV announced the creation of four charging sites that will host up to 60 MW of combined charging power for electric trucks. Ampcontrol's AI-powered software will monitor and optimize the charging operations, ensuring low total costs of ownership (TCO) and high uptime of all EV charge points. Over the next few years, the companies will work together to use data-driven technologies to deploy several thousand trucks.
"WattEV has ambitious goals to create a large network of public charging infrastructure towards sustainable transport. These stations and the thousands of electric trucks we plan to put on the road need to be properly managed and monitored. We believe Ampcontrol's innovative AI-driven platform offers the tools we need to optimize and monitor our EV charge points. The company's vision aligns closely with our goals, and we are thrilled to be working with them," says Ihor Starepravo, Head of Software at WattEV.
"I've been impressed by WattEV's innovative market approach allowing them to deploy the first large-scale truck sites in California," says Joachim Lohse, CEO and Founder of Ampcontrol. "We are thrilled to be working with WattEV's team, and we think Ampcontrol will substantially affect their value proposition to customers."
Ampcontrol offers AI-powered software to monitor and optimize charge points and electric vehicles. Fleet operators use Ampcontrol for fleet charging sites to ensure on-time departures, a low peak power demand, and energy cost reductions. Since 2019, Ampcontrol has deployed its software with charge points in America, Europe, and Africa. To learn more, please visit https://www.ampcontrol.io/, LinkedIn, or reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
WattEV offers Truck-as-a-Service (TaaS) to logistics companies, ports, retail, and more. The company's goal is to get 12,000 HD electric transport trucks on the road in California by the end of 2030. Their first site in Bakersfield, CA, will host up to 40 MW charging power in the following years, offering true dynamic sharing between both CCS & MCS charge dispensers. To learn more about WattEV, please visit https://www.wattev.com/, LinkedIn, or reach out to email@example.com