Ombu News 2018

The organizations collaborate to provide a comprehensive site-level EV charging management platform enabling V2G communication and advanced energy management capabilities

ARNHEM, NetherlandsNovember 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

Driivz LTD., a global leader in Smart EV charging management solutions and ElaadNL, the knowledge and innovation center in the field of Smart Charging infrastructure in the Netherlands, announced today that ElaadNL has successfully deployed a site-level EV (Electric Vehicle) charging energy management platform based on Driivz’ technology and energy management algorithms. The platform provides the infrastructure for testing at the 10th anniversary edition of the ISO 15118 testing symposium and the OCPP2.0 Plugfest which opens tomorrow in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

With the exponential growth in EV use worldwide, there is a growing need for a reliable, stable, and easy to use charging infrastructure. In addition, the mounting demand for energy and the increased burden on the existing electricity supply and grid require much greater emphasis on the ability to use clean energy, optimize and balance energy sources, and provide effective demand response. One of the most important factors to enable the expected growth in adoption of EVs is the availability of an effective, comprehensive, easy-to-use charging platform that is based on open standards.

The Driivz EV Charging Management platform is an end-to-end solution which spans charging operations, user & grid management, flexible billing capabilities, home, public & workplace charging, and driver self-service apps. It is fully compliant with OCPP 2.0 and ISO 15118: Vehicle to Grid (V2G) Communication Interface, for communication between EVs and the charging stations. The Driivz platform supports over 70 charger types to date.

OCPP 2.0 empowers the next level in Smart Charging by enabling flexible charging based on supply and demand balancing algorithms for optimal use of sustainable power and grid capacity. It also enables compliance with ISO 15118. ElaadNL and Driivz have been cooperating for several years already to enable the deployment of EV charging networks based on OCPP standards.

“ElaadNL is dedicated to enabling the e-mobility revolution and to promoting the use of clean energy,” said Onoph Caron, Managing Director of ElaadNL. “We believe charging EV’s on a massive scale, in a sustainable way within the limits of the existing power grid, can only be done using Smart Charging based on open standards, and utilizing a comprehensive and effective charging management system.”

“Innovation is the cornerstone of our strategy,” said Doron Frenkel, CEO at Driivz. “We have been working with leading EV service providers for several years now to bring on the energy revolution through e-mobility. This latest innovation is an important step in the development of the EV charging ecosystem, enabling EV charging network operators to manage site-wide energy usage including renewable energy for ultimate flexibility.”

The cooperation provides the test bed for the global testing event held in The Netherlands on November 15 – 16showcasing new EV Charging technologies in compliance with open charging standards.

For more information about the event:

About ElaadNL

Knowledge and innovation center ElaadNL researches and tests the possibilities for Smart Charging: charging electric vehicles in a reliable, affordable and sustainable way. ElaadNL is an initiative of the joint Dutch grid operators. For more information, visit

About Driivz

Driivz offers best-in-class Electric Vehicle (EV) charging and operations management solutions that effectively respond to the needs of the Plug-in EV (PEV & PHEV) market ecosystem. The Driivz platform spans EV operations, grid and user management, home, public and workplace charging management, advanced billing, and driver self-service apps. Our customers include some of the world’s biggest energy companies, our platform used by over 300,000 drivers, and we support 70 types of charging stations. Driivz leads power management innovation projects in the fields of smart charging, grid management, vehicle to grid (V2G) and fleet management. For more information, visit

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