Integration with renewable energy sources is likely to stimulate the EV charging management software platform industry landscape over 2023-2032. There is a growing emphasis on integrating EV charging infrastructure with renewable energy sources such as solar and wind. This trend aligns with the broader push for sustainable energy solutions. Companies are developing charging management software platforms that incorporate features allowing users to schedule charging during times of peak renewable energy generation.
For instance, in June 2023, SolarEdge, an Israeli power electronics expert, introduced a solar-optimized EV management solution targeting the commercial and industrial (C&I) sector. This innovative platform efficiently oversees and optimizes EV charging for locations with fluctuating energy needs and numerous EVs, such as apartments, workplaces, and public charging stations. It utilizes AI-driven predictive algorithms, real-time data analysis, and factors in solar energy generation, dynamic electricity costs, and tiered charging schedules for enhanced efficiency. The introduction of more cutting-edge solutions like this will help reduce the carbon footprint of EV charging.