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Adapt your infrastructure and cope with changes in energy demand


Build an adapted energy demand simulation


Fine-tune your simulation according to many criteria


Anticipate the impact of an EV fleet on energy demand

With which tools?

  • With an advanced configuration of your simulation

    Thanks to the different parameters available (size of the electric vehicle (EV) fleet, charging time, different types of users, etc.), generate an accurate and personalized simulation.

  • With an accurate determination of future demand

    Thanks to the data collected by our AI, refine the energy demand simulations related to EV charging by integrating the evolutions of this market.

  • With demand compartmentalization

    Our AI allows users to precisely segment the uses and energy demands related to EVs (globally, according to specific sectors, a consumer typology, a time scale etc...).

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