A piece of technology that provides electricity to electric vehicles is known as an EV charger. Its primary function is to maintain a vehicle’s mobility by recharging the battery of an EV.
Despite customers’ similar interest in EVs, the market penetration of electric vehicles (EVs) in Belgium is developing much more slowly than anticipated when compared to other European nations like the Netherlands.
The Belgium EV charger market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
Scaling up greentech In Belgium, Easee has introduced their intelligent EV charging robot. The device, which is simple to set up at both home and work, instantly adjusts to any EV type and electric grid.
The performance of the slow charger, which has dimensions of just 26 by 19 cm and a weight of only 1.5 kg, defies its unassuming appearance.
The Easee Equalizer is one of the several accessories that come with the charger. This little smart device uses the Dynamic Load Balancing (DLB) principle to optimize charging, which means that less energy will be used to temporarily charge the EV the more energy is used elsewhere in the home (or workplace).
When there are many chargers, DLB makes sure that the capacity can be divided based on demand, such as giving empty cars priority over half-full ones.
The energy that is available is always used in the most effective way possible in this way. A mobile app can be used to control the charger(s).
The chargers were created and are produced in Norway, the country where Easee is based and an EV pioneer worldwide. The business employs more than 300 people and operates in more than 20 European nations.
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