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In order to regulate the consumption of energy to conduct different activities by different components of the vehicle, intelligent energy management systems have become a need in hybrid and electric cars.
The technology provides users with the data they need to make educated energy usage decisions. The intelligent energy management system may lower power consumption, resulting in higher energy savings.
Because of society’s growing desire for electric cars, the worldwide intelligent energy management system market is expected to grow considerably throughout the projected period.
The market is projected to be boosted by the integration of sophisticated energy management systems in hybrid and electric cars. The majority of manufacturers are concentrating on improving the vehicle economy, with energy management being a major priority.
The Global EV Energy Management System Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
FlexGen Power Systems has released an electric car charging solution that combines the company’s energy management system (EMS) platform with battery energy storage. Plug & Play FlexGen Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Services were launched by the North Carolina-based energy storage system integrator business.
To optimise energy usage for the charging network operator, it uses its HybridOS 9.3 EMS platform and a containerised energy storage system (ESS), and the platform interfaces with on-site energy supplies.
By minimising peak demand and optimising consumption, you may avoid paying high utility costs. It also enables users to obtain the greatest value for their energy by participating in regional power markets. Flexgen also claims to have improved the EMS’ microgrid capabilities, allowing it to continue delivering charging power independent of what’s going on with the power grid, such as a blackout.
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