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Building an electrified future:

Exicoms's Smart EV Chargers for Smart Grids

Feb 15, 2024

Electric vehicles (EVs) are rapidly becoming a crucial part of our lives, leading the way towards an electrified world. They are not just enabling a swift transition from ICE vehicles but also promising a carbon-free, noise-free, and more efficient future of mobility.


With the rise in EVs, new business opportunities are coming up like Multi EV Charging facility provided at the vehicle parking spots like malls, restaurants, societies and others. These businesses have some sanctioned load from the local grids. If the load is more than the sanctioned load, then they have to pay a penalty.

Now all of their business depends on the fact that how much more EV’s they can charger, but they also do not want to pay penalty for the electricity they are consuming.

If this is a problem then there must be some solution and, in this article, we are going to explore the same. The solution is Smart EV chargers integrated with Load Management solution.

But before getting into this solution, let's try to understand the power consumption scenario by EVs in near future.

By 2030, electric vehicles (EVs) in India are expected to have a significant impact on the country's power grid. The majority of the load on India's power grid is projected to come from EVs, surpassing even industries like steel. EVs are estimated to draw between 120 GW to 332 GW by 2030, accounting for a substantial portion of the power grid's load.

Coming back to those businesses, they are going to have multiple EV chargers charging multiple EVs at the same time. It means the system will need a solution that can keep an eye on the power consumption from the grid, be that a outside solution or an inbuilt solution in the EV chargers.

If the chargers don’t have such solutions, it will not only impact the economics of the business but will also impact grid stability.
Just imagine, by 2030 thousands of electric cars connected to the grid consuming power to recharge their battery at the same time.

This means smart chargers enabled with load balancing mechanism will be the need of hour for achieving grid stability.

Exicom's energy solution for electrified future

Enhancing Grid Stability with load balancing solution

Businesses are actively embracing electric fleets for logistics and last-mile delivery options. Similarly, there is constant growth in public charging stations and charging facilities at residential complexes that can power multiple EVs at once for efficient and fast operations. However, power outages and energy fluctuations from sudden spikes in demand could impact the grid and interrupt charging operations and capacities.

To prevent these issues, smart EV chargers enabled with load balancing intelligently distribute the charging load across multiple charging stations, taking into account factors such as charging speeds and user preferences, thus preventing sudden spikes in demand.

This dynamic adjustment of charging rates ensures grid stability, particularly during peak hours, by avoiding overloads and potential disruptions.

By analyzing real-time data and grid conditions, smart EV chargers can also dynamically adjust the distribution of charging demand to prevent congestion at specific stations and ensure equitable utilization of resources. This proactive approach ensures uninterrupted and reliable charging operations, contributing to the seamless integration of electric vehicles into various business and residential settings.


Exicom's Load Balancing Technology: How It Works

Load balancing, at its core, is about optimizing the distribution of electrical loads to prevent any single source from being overburdened. Exicom's EV chargers achieve this through real-time monitoring and adaptive charging rates. These chargers communicate with each other and the broader power grid, adjusting the charging speed based on overall demand and availability of power.

During peak times, when the grid is under significant stress, the chargers can reduce the power supply to EVs to alleviate the load. Conversely, during off-peak times, they can maximize charging rates to efficiently use available capacity.

Benefits Beyond Stability: Efficiency and Sustainability

The implications of Exicom's smart load-balancing technology extend beyond stabilizing the power grid. By aligning charging patterns with times of low demand or high renewable energy production, these chargers facilitate more efficient use of resources and promote the incorporation of green energy into the grid. This not only reduces operational costs but also minimizes carbon emissions, aligning with global sustainability goals.



While the adoption of EVs brings forth promises of reduced carbon emissions and environmental benefits, it concurrently poses challenges to our conventional energy infrastructure. Exicom's energy solutions such as innovative smart EV charging, and battery management systems emerge as crucial players in addressing these challenges. By harmonizing energy demand and supply, achieving load balancing, and fostering resilience in power grids with Exicom technologies, they contribute to the seamless integration of electric vehicles into our daily lives. They not only enhance the efficiency of the charging infrastructure but also provide a pathway towards a more resilient and reliable energy landscape, ensuring that the electrified future we're stepping into is not only sustainable but also technologically advanced and adaptive to the evolving need.

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