With most major vehicle brands pledging to go all-electric in the next few years, facility owners and operators who move fast to adopt electric vehicle technologies will be miles ahead of the competition. Incorporating smart charging into net zero planning will unlock financial benefits now and in the future. Peak Power enables facilities, utilities, and drivers to future-proof.
Our flagship software, Peak Synergy, integrates with charging stations to manage demand costs by predicting the most cost-effective times for charging. Peak Synergy also enables electric vehicles to perform like traditional energy storage batteries. Connected cars can discharge during peak use periods to reduce demand, and bi-directional chargers create opportunities to sell back to the grid
As the integration of electric vehicles grows, many are considering what that increased demand will mean for the grid, and how to adapt. Our smart charging technology can mitigate that strain on the electricity grid and provide avenues for future resiliency and decarbonization. EVs are poised to play a key role in the distributed energy resource markets of tomorrow.
We’re working with Hydro One in Ontario to install two-way chargers in EV owners’ homes (V2H), testing the ability to supply safe and reliable back-up electricity. In addition, we’re also giving them a way to sell power back to the grid, making these drivers an even bigger part of the clean energy solution.Learn More About the V2H Pilot
We’re showing how electric vehicles can build value. Peak Power has installed 20 bi-directional vehicle chargers into two Dream Unlimited downtown Toronto office buildings. This is part of the first stage of our Peak Drive program that will see capacity for up to 100 vehicles across 10 buildings.Learn More About the V2G Pilot