– eMotorWerks’ JuiceNet platform to be integrated into the new EO Mini Pro, delivering smart scheduling, charging with power from photovoltaic systems and grid services, aimed at lowering EV operating costs
– From early 2019 EO Charging residential customers are set to benefit from more intelligent control and cost savings through smart-grid electric vehicle chargers
– The charger is to be launched in UK and then rolled out in other European countries
eMotorWerks, a subsidiary of Enel’s advanced energy services global business line Enel X and a leading provider of intelligent and cloud-connected smart-grid charging solutions, and EO Charging, one of the UK’s leading domestic and fleet EV charging manufacturers, have partnered to launch the UK’s and Europe’s smartest home charger.
This new solution will integrate eMotorWerks’ JuiceNet, a cloud-based platform aggregating and managing charging station demands, into the new EO Mini Pro electric vehicle (EV) charger, delivering smart grid-connected home charging stations.
“As more UK drivers opt for an electric car, and the UK increases its renewable energy supply, we’re pleased to partner with EO Charging and together offer the UK’s smartest chargers on the market,”said Valery Miftakhov, founder and CEO of eMotorWerks. “By participating in energy services, such as demand response, drivers can reduce EV operating costs and relieve pressure on the grid at times of stress. We look forward to promoting EO Charging JuiceNet-powered products alongside our own JuiceBox EV charging stations to support smart-grid charging across the UK and soon in other European countries. As we expand our European business, we believe JuiceNet will be a significant smart grid enabler for energy companies and authorities to ensure that EVs play a beneficial role in our energy systems at scale.”
Charlie Jardine, Founder & CEO at EO Charging, said: “We see electric vehicle chargers as more than ‘just a plug’, they’re the gateway to the future of mobility and the first piece of the puzzle in giving people energy autonomy. Electric vehicles represent the most disruptive technology the modern power network has ever witnessed, and we are working to ensure that EO is at the forefront of the e-mobility revolution where EV drivers and consumers are playing a more active role in their energy generation and usage.
“Whilst we have seen success in the home charging market with the standard EO Mini, we’ve not had a true ‘smart-home offering’. Our partnership with eMotorWerks allows us to launch a cost-effective smart charger for the domestic EV driver that can integrate with solar, onsite storage and offer a plethora of energy management benefits. eMotorWerks is leading the industry in terms of smart grid charging and we’re excited to integrate the company’s JuiceNet platform into the EO Mini Pro for our customers in the UK and soon across Europe.”
Through the partnership, EV drivers in the UK and other European countries are set to gain more control of their EV charging. The new smart chargers are indeed designed for all EV drivers and energy conscious homeowners, incorporating eMotorWerks’ JuiceNet communication, control and intelligence software EV charging platform into the EO Mini Pro. Available from early 2019, the EO Mini Pro will be designed for all types of homes, including traditional homes reliant on the grid for their energy and homes with solar panels and/or battery storage.
Expanding on the success of the EO Mini Home charger (currently the smallest fast charger on the UK market), the EO Mini Pro powered by JuiceNet offers customers multiple benefits such as smartphone charging control and an online dashboard which can:
- Schedule charging times – helping EV drivers benefit from cheaper electricity
- Send alerts and reminders to optimise charging
- Allow EV drivers to utilise more green energy from the grid
- View historical charging data via the dashboard – ideal for fleet managers wanting to reimburse employees for charging at home
- Lower driving costs by enabling EV drivers to earn or save money when their energy provider offers dynamic tariffs or demand response type programmes for charging (or not charging) at certain times
Given the UK Government’s commitment to smart charging – following the passing of the Automated and Electric Vehicles Act 2018 – and the development of the UK energy system to be more renewables-based, distributed and flexible, JuiceNet powered EO Charging products respond to both the needs of consumers and energy companies alike.
JuiceNet enables the electric load from multiple charging stations to be aggregated and subsequently managed to respond to surges in demand on the grid and to bid that load into energy markets. Such a high level of control over EV charging load allows energy companies to modulate electricity demand. This control of charging loads relieves grid stress by shifting EV charging to times when renewable resources are more available and when energy prices are lower.
Both EO Charging and eMotorWerks seek to accelerate the transition to e-mobility, renewable energy and a sustainable energy system. The launch of UK’s smartest EV charger presents the UK and Europewith a significant opportunity to meet the growing market for electric vehicles and deliver smart grid charging solutions.
Villgro Leads the Path for Public and Private Partners to Come Together and Support Social Enterprises
After creating ripples in the impact ecosystem last year, Villgro, India’s oldest and one of the world’s largest social enterprise incubators, is set to kickstart the upcoming financial year by announcing several new partnerships. The incubator invested in 21 agribusiness, education and healthcare companies last year, many of which were sourced through iPitch, its annual national sourcing program. Deepening the focus on the 8 low income states of India, 127 investments were made through one of the world’s largest social innovation programmes, INVENT, that Villgro runs with support from the Technology Development Board, Govt. of India and the DFID, UK Government.
Villgro is known for its unique incubation model focusing on deep sectoral expertise and high touch mentoring, and 2018 saw the launch of deep expertise in a new sector – Renewable Energy. In partnership with GIZ, the incubator supported 50 early stage energy access companies and is going to expand that pool by partnering with UNDP.
While Villgro has always been supported by key names in the funding community, FY 2018-19 saw a paradigm shift with many corporates engaging in CSR partnerships with Villgro for BoP social impact. Some critical partnerships of the year:
- With Accenture to scale up ventures working on skilling and employability related challenges.
- With Hindustan Unilever Foundation to focus on incubating startups managing water use in agriculture and improve efficiencies across farming.
- With Rabobank to support agri-tech startups working to reduce food loss and improve supply chain efficiencies.
- With Yes Bank YES Scale accelerator programme to support startups connect with large corporations and commercialise innovations.
With continued partner support, Villgro has impacted over 19 million underprivileged lives so far, and many more to go.
The upcoming year looks exciting for Villgro, where the plan is to incubate and invest in more companies through an even bigger iPitch programme in July-August, to provide them follow-on support through the Villgro – Menterra platform, and expand markets for them by leveraging its presence in Kenya, the Philippines and Vietnam.
Organisations looking to partner can reach out to Villgro at email@example.com and be the catalysing agents for creating large scale social impact.
Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Market Worth $11.6bn by 2025: Global Market Insights, Inc.
Asia Pacific FCEV market is expected to dominate the global industry share from 2019 to 2025 due to continuous investments in fuel cell vehicle technologies by automobile manufacturers in the region.
The fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) market is slated to rise from around USD 830 million in 2018 to USD 11.6 billion by 2025, according to a 2019 Global Market Insights, Inc. report. Increasing demand for vehicles along with improving living conditions are supporting the fuel cell vehicle sales over the forecast timeframe.
Higher carbon emissions along with rising greenhouse gases from conventionally fueled vehicles are enabling automobile OEMs to look for alternatives, thereby accelerating the development of such vehicles. Short refueling time and long-distance travelling range offering greater customer convenience will further propel the fuel cell electric vehicles market growth.
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(FCEV) fuel cell electric vehicles market participants are continuously engaged in the R&D for developing advanced and low-cost hydrogen fuel solutions for supporting industry growth over the projected timeframe. For instance, in 2018, Plug Power announced the development of metal membrane electrode assemblies for improving the power density of the fuel cells, significantly contributing towards extending the cell life over the life cycle of the vehicle.
The higher costs associated with the acquisition of fuel cell vehicles along with limited availability of hydrogen refueling station network are limiting the FCEV market share over the study timeframe. However, industry players along with government authorities are continuously collaborating for improving the hydrogen.
Automotive fuel cell electric vehicles grew significantly from 2019 to 2025. This growth is attributed to the proliferating demand for automobiles for felicitating personal mobility. Additionally, the benefits offered by the FCEVs including higher driving range, lower refueling time, and no emissions further supports the segment expansion. Additionally, supporting government policies and incentives for lowering the costs associated with the acquisition of such vehicles along with lower taxes are providing a positive outlook for the fuel cell electric vehicles market expansion over the study timeframe.
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Long distance will account for a considerable volume share in the fuel cell electric vehicles market. This share is credited to the increasing adoption of buses and trucks operating on fuel cells. Moreover, continuous support from the governments across the globe for reducing dependencies on conventional fuels and transition the public transportation to green mobility further supports the segment expansion. Additionally, industry players are introducing advanced truck models with higher driving range.
Asia Pacific FCEV market is expected to dominate the global industry share from 2019 to 2025 due to continuous investments in fuel cell vehicle technologies by automobile manufacturers in the region. For instance, in 2018, Toyota Motor Corp announced to double its investment in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles for designing low-cost sport utility vehicles (SUVs) and mass-market passenger cars, thereby supporting in the market expansion along with achieving the economies of scale easily.
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EVELOZCITY Selects Canoo as Its New Name and Announces Key Hires
EVELOZCITY, a Los Angeles based company creating electric vehicles (EV) made for subscription, announced today that Canoo is its new name. Canoo will be a boutique Californian brand that will offer four unique vehicles in cities by subscription only:
- A lifestyle vehicle
- A personal commuter vehicle
- A last-mile delivery vehicle
- A ride-hailing vehicle
“We picked Canoo because it sounds distinctive, looks cool and creates a feeling of both relaxation and movement,” said Stefan Krause, who is In Charge of Canoo. “For thousands of years, a canoe has been a simple, sustainable transportation device used all over the world.”
The Company will launch its first model in the U.S. beginning in 2021. By leveraging the benefits of a flat EV platform, Canoo is able to create unique vehicles that look nothing like what is on the road today. Canoo’s vehicles will move away from traditional three box car design, which have separate compartments for the engine, passengers and luggage. Instead, the Company is embracing a minimalist design that maximizes interior space. The lifestyle vehicle, for example, will have the exterior footprint of a compact car, with the interior space of a large SUV.
While only 15-months-old, the Company already has more than 350 team members and is growing steadily. Canoo is excited to announce several key hires:
Olivier Bellin has been appointed to be In Charge of Operations, which includes supply chain, program management and project financials. Olivier spent 20 years at STMicroelectronics, a Geneva based semiconductor leader, where he ultimately advanced to serve as VP Finance & CFO of the Americas. He was also VP of Supply Chain for California startup ICON Aircraft.
Canoo also announces that the former President of BMW Manufacturing LLC, Clemens Schmitz-Justen, recently joined to be In Charge of Manufacturing. Clemens will be responsible for overseeing Canoo’s contract manufacturing strategy. With his help, the Company will take an asset lean approach, outsourcing production of its vehicles in the U.S. and China.
Beginning mid-April, James Cox will join Canoo from Uber to be In Charge of Digital. James spent the last four years at Uber’s headquarters, where he led global product operations for the Uber rider app. Prior to that, he was part of the product team that launched and built UberPOOL and spent a year launching ride-sharing (UberX) in Australia. James will be critical in setting Canoo’s strategy for digital services, including the implementation of the Company’s cloud-based customer offerings and underlying ecosystem.
Shi (Time) Aobing was appointed In Charge of HR in China and joins the Company after spending 11 years at SAIC Motor, a Fortune Global 500 company. During his tenure there, Time worked on a joint initiative (now called Banma) with Alibaba Group, to build the world’s first mass-produced Internet car, and he was responsible for building the organizational structure and growing the team. Now, Time is responsible for growing the Canoo team in Shanghai, which is instrumental for the Company as the U.S. and China are the two most important regions.
There are 3 key areas where Canoo is taking a unique approach:
- Unique Products: A design that will look like nothing on the road today by challenging the norms of space and function, as well as offering a lean User Interface (UI)
- Next-generation Business Model: A new approach to the EV market that focuses on reducing production and infrastructure costs while increasing revenue
- 100% subscription, secured by blockchain technology
Typical automotive styling, expressive sculpture, and grille shape are not meaningful enough to solve today’s issues surrounding mobility and vehicle usage. Canoo is creating unique vehicles to address the current needs and use cases of customers. There is no need for electric vehicles to look like traditional cars, yet today they still do. Canoo plans to change that. Canoo is creating an all-new uncompromising EV design that looks and offers functionality that is nothing like the cars on the road today.
Lean User Interface
Traditional car makers have an outdated approach that is focused on proprietary infotainment systems and overwhelming screens, but most customers just want to use the very same services they are used to having on their phones when inside the vehicle. Rather than reinventing the wheel, Canoo is developing a lean user interface that easily connects with the user’s own existing digital life.
Next-generation Business Model
Building electric vehicles is expensive, therefore, Canoo is rethinking the traditional automotive business model. Canoo’s cost structure is very lean. The Company is focused on lowering costs and generating higher revenue through:
Canoo is developing a “skateboard” architecture, which will house a battery and electric drivetrain that can achieve up to 300 miles of range. All of Canoo’s vehicles will share the same underpinning. Different cabins or “top hats” will be married on top to create the four unique vehicles. Leveraging the same fixed and flat skateboard allows for reduced R&D costs, efficient production and a better use of interior space. The skateboard houses the most expensive components of the vehicle and is designed in a way that most crash testing does not need to be repeated per vehicle, reducing the vehicle’s development cycle timeline and costs.
Electric powertrains inherently have a long low-maintenance life. The Company will take cues from the airline industry and refurbish the vehicles to keep them up to date over their lifecycle.
Canoo is asset-lean. The Company will use contract manufacturing to outsource production in the U.S. and China.
For areas like autonomous driving that require very specialized expertise, Canoo is working with leaders in many fields to integrate the latest technologies into the vehicles to offer the best possible product experience to its subscribers.
Direct to Consumer
Canoo will not have a physical sales network. The Company will offer its product directly to customers.
100% subscription, using blockchain technology
Canoo’s subscriptions will have no specific duration commitment. There will be different packages available from 24/7 access, to more flexible options – each for affordable payments that include insurance and other services.
Canoo products and services will run on secure blockchain technology. The Company believes blockchain will be a great enabler for a whole new wave of services and business models for the automotive industry, including vehicle sharing.
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