Energy consortium announces smart EV charging project to help large fleets go electric

The EFLES project will demonstrate how smart charging is capable of cutting emissions, costs and air pollution

The UK has launched the EV Fleet-Centred Local Energy Systems (EFLES) project to help fleet operators switch to electric options.

A combined force of UK Power Networks Services, UPS, Innovate UK, Cross River Partnership and Moixa will work together on the project, which is prepped for launch in May 2020.

EFLES will utilise Moixa’s AI software GridShare to optimise electric vehicle (EV) charging and provide cost and emission cutting solutions.

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