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Telekom Slovenije launches solution for firms to electrify their vehicle fleets

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June 6, 2024

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Telekom Slovenije has prepared a solution for companies to facilitate the electrification of their vehicle fleets. The offer consists of installing and maintaining chargers for electric vehicles, and providing software to manage the network and energy consumption.

The energy transition constantly brings new solutions for switching from fossil fuels to sustainable energy. They are often put on the market by companies without previous experience in the sector. The emergence of telecommunications companies in the segment shouldn’t be seen as a great surprise, having in mind that digitalization is one of the main pillars of the transition.

Slovenian company Telekom Slovenije announced that it has developed a comprehensive solution with its partners for a smart electric vehicle charging network for firms that want to electrify their fleets. The turnkey package is modular and can include everything from installation and maintenance of e-chargers to advanced software for managing and optimizing energy consumption.

The system can be adapted to flexible electricity tariffs

The smart charging network enables fleet managers in companies to efficiently operate the charging infrastructure or to integrate the existing charging infrastructure into the system, Telekom Slovenije added.

The network allows both employees and other users to charge their electric vehicles. The software solution has an option to adjust the charging capacity, which protects the measuring point from exceeding the maximum.

Importantly, according to Telekom Slovenije, the e-charger management system provides everything in one place: an overview of energy consumption, insight into usage behavior, prompt error warnings and advanced options for cost optimization. The solution is adapted to future upgrades and enables integration with the active demand market for charging at different prices and hours.

Melinc: The service can also be leased

Telekom Slovenije offers several types of AC and DC chargers, with slow, fast and ultra-fast charging. E-chargers are modularly assembled to allow quick and easy replacement and maximum availability.

Kristijan Melinc, director of digital infrastructure at Telekom Slovenije, said the smart charging network primarily focuses on AC chargers for vehicles that remain parked longer. It enables optimal charging capacity and efficient use of connection capacity for as many simultaneous e-charger users as possible, he added.

Businesses will be able to purchase or lease the solution.

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