Often one of the first questions in planning city wide electric bus deployments, is how much power will each facility need? The sooner an informed answer can be provided to utilities, the sooner they can include the expected demand in their long-term planning, saving costs and delays. ChargeSim can quickly translate schedules into expected power profiles, including evaluating smart charging, this describes why and how.
This blog post will explain:
Why early utility capacity planning is important
The inputs you need to use ChargeSim to create a preliminary estimate.
V2G (Vehicle-2-Grid) is often mentioned as an upcoming feature for charging infrastructure, but what is it and when is it really valuable? There is potential for savings or even profit with the right approach, but the technical complexity and battery life costs need to be factored in.
Simulating and modeling charging with ChargeSim can lower costs by selecting the right chargers, layout and grid power.