Reduction in Power Demands
Charging Sites in New York
Reliable Fleet Operations
Managing energy and operations for fleet charging poses challenges
Managing a fleet of over 500 electric vehicles and 4 charging depot locations in a dynamic urban environment like New York City poses operational challenges. Revel operates with their locations dedicated to the Revel fleet vehicles and accessible for public charging. Coordinating charging for a large fleet while managing the needs of the public adds complexity to their charging infrastructure. Revel needs a solution that can incorporate this in the dynamic load management of their sites. Like many charge point operators (CPOs), Revel needs help understanding and forecasting electricity costs. Efficient load management is crucial to controlling these costs and eliminating uncertainty in future electrical bills. Especially since Revel is looking to scale rapidly, opening more fast-charging facilities and expanding its EV fleet.
A key feature we rely on heavily is Ampcontrol’s load management functionalities, which we use to control the costs of recharging our fleet.
Revel cuts costs up to 30% using Ampcontrol's load management
Revel leverages Ampcontrol to optimize energy costs through dynamic load management capabilities. This dynamic load management ensures the reliability of fleet operations and plays a crucial role in cost control. By analyzing data provided by Ampcontrol, Revel can track electricity usage, forecast costs, and strategically adjust charging schedules, leading to a reduction in overall electricity expenses, with cost savings observed up 30% or more in certain instances.
Data Access and OCPP
Revel utilizes Ampcontrol for reliable charging coordination and data analysis
Revel uses Ampcontrol to mix Revel fleet and public charging facilities of varying sizes. Moreover, Revel leverages Ampcontrol’s API to create custom dashboards, analyze business trends, and make informed decisions for optimizing their electric fleet operations. Revel is looking to scale rapidly, opening more fast-charging facilities and expanding its EV fleet. Managing this growth while maintaining operational efficiency and cost-effectiveness is a significant challenge.
Trusted by Leading Fleet Operators
Ampcontrol works with a wide range of fleets, manufacturers, and solution companies to help them optimize their electric fleet operations. To learn more about Ampcontrol in action, check out the following case studies.
Intelligent Software for Electric Vehicles
Whether you’re a fleet manager, EV manufacturer, or charging point operator, Ampcontrol is an AI-powered software that makes it easy for you to implement intelligent charging for electric vehicles.
Electrada's mission is to deliver comprehensive service for fleet operators involves integrating hardware, site development, software, and vehicle expertise. For Vanderbilt University's project, rapid operational readiness post-commissioning was vital to avoid disruption to the campus community.
Copec Voltex specializes in providing EV charging solutions for the greater public, private organizations, and fleets. EV fleet charging requires a high charger uptime, easy vehicle identification, and strong energy management. Amongst others, Copec Voltex uses Ampcontrol for electric shuttle buses transporting personnel to the largest copper mining site in the world.
7Gen operates with Ampcontrol’s EV charging software to provide fast, high-quality electric fleet support with >99% uptime.
Aeversa’s vision is to provide clean and reliable fleet vehicles for South Africa. While every country faces the typical challenges, South Africa brings its unique ones that needs to be addressed by Aerversa.
WattEV is a leading Truck-as-a-Service and EV charging infrastructure provider for logistic companies. Since 2022, WattEV has worked with Ampcontrol to launch the first EV charging hub in the Port of Long Beach, the largest port in the U.S. WattEV uses Ampcontrol to ensure a high charger uptime and a seamless driver experience. The site opened in May 2023, and WattEV will open several similar sites soon.
Aerovolt offers charging-as-a-service (CaaS) for airports and electric airplanes. The UK-based company integrates OCPP chargers with custom operations tools using Ampcontrol's charging software API for airports and electric airplanes.
Floading Energy Infra is a solution company based in the Netherlands, offering end-to-end solutions for electric vehicle fleets — planning, installation, and operations. Floading also offers charging hardware along with charging management software for their fleet customers.
Revel's mission is to accelerate EV adoption by providing the infrastructure and services that make it easy to go electric. Founded in Brooklyn, NY, in 2018, Revel currently operates in New York City, Washington D.C., San Francisco, and Miami.