Fuuse has begun supplying its EV charge point management platform to customers in Ireland, appointing a representative to oversee expansion in the country.
The Fuuse platform provides a range of controls for customers which offer EV charging, including defining operating times, limiting use to authorised drivers and generating revenue including setting multiple tariffs.
The system also allows for energy monitoring and management, fuel card integrations, home charging payments for fleet employees and remote maintenance.
Initial projects in the region include powering Siemens’ chargers installed at Dublin City University’s Innovation Campus, and working with installers eCharge to provide EV charging at the five-star luxury Castlemartyr Resort Hotel in County Cork.
The company has recruited Alex Baker to lead the Irish operation. He brings more than 20 years of experience in fleet and technology, including helping organisations with EV strategy, e-mobility and V2G projects.
Baker says, “with a target of nearly a million EVs on the roads in Ireland by 2030 and following several new initiatives to encourage EV adoption across the country, the need for robust and scalable charging infrastructure is now paramount to Ireland’s climate action success.”
“For businesses, destinations, local authorities and fleets, this means considering how EV uptake and sustainability goals will affect their operations, and what charging facility they will need to cover all of their business and driver needs.”
Source: Lancashire Business View