The Evie network will leverage the company’s EV charger deployment experience, and EV Connect’s charging data analytics and station uptime management to enable drivers, fleet owners, distributors, and retailers to go electric.  - Photo via OpenGridScheduler/Flickr.

The Evie network will leverage the company’s EV charger deployment experience, and EV Connect’s charging data analytics and station uptime management to enable drivers, fleet owners, distributors, and retailers to go electric. 

Photo via OpenGridScheduler/Flickr.

To ensure that Australian electric vehicle drivers have a more seamless charging experience, EV Connect has announced that it is joining St. Baker Energy Innovation Fund backed Australian company, Evie Networks, as it builds an ultra-fast highway charging network, the largest of its kind in Australia.

Evie Networks will use EV Connect’s EV Cloud platform to deploy and manage a network of 42 sites and over 80 new ultra-fast Tritium charging stations in their first phase network, aimed at connecting Australia’s major capital cities. The Evie network will leverage the company’s EV charger deployment experience, and EV Connect’s charging data analytics and station uptime management to enable drivers, fleet owners, distributors, and retailers to go electric. 

EV Connect provides an innovative cloud-based software platform for managing networks of EV charging stations, their interaction with utilities, and the driver experience. The collaboration with Evie Networks in Australia will help set up a seamless highway network of city-to-city transport for EV drivers and EV fleet operators by increasing the number of chargers in Australia exactly where they are needed.

The EV Connect platform allows network operators like Evie Networks to manage everything from a single EV charging site to networks of hundreds of site operators with many thousands of sites and ports under management.

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