Load management in charging infrastructure systems
The charging infrastructure should be more than just visually appealing. It must most of all facilitate the establishment of intelligent charging systems with flexible functionality. From the optimised adaptation of feed-in power options available and informative monitoring of the charging process, coupled with modern identification and cross-system settlement methods, through to highly efficient energy management systems.
Solutions for local energy management (LEM) are usually considered if there is a difference between the feed-in power and the charging power required. However with system extensions or the intelligent integration of other sources of energy, such as battery stores, photovoltaic systems or district heating plants, load management systems are also used as well as to avoid load peaks for cost reduction.