AddÉnergie allows you to become the owner of your own charging station network. Just like Hydro-Québec did with the Electric Circuit, and AddÉnergie with the FLO network, you can create your network thanks to the turnkey solution offered by AddÉnergie, which allows you to launch a new network in your name. You will be supported by AddÉnergie at every step of the creation of your own network and its exploitation. This is a simple, end to end solution, allowing you to generate revenue and to position yourself, right away, into a fast growing market.
This solution is available in North America, Europe, and Asia.
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AddEnergie was created in 2009, at the early stages of the electric vehicle industry. AddEnergie recognized that there were no globally-accepted standards for the management of EV charging and discharging infrastructure, and that some existing protocols (voluntary sets of rules that have not been globally approved as standards) did not offer sufficient flexibility and functionality for customers.
In an effort to provide its customers with high-performing and flexible assets, AddEnergie developed its own open protocol called the Open Network Protocol (ONP)-Intranetworking. This protocol is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International Public License, the same open licensing terms that have been used to publish other EV-charging management protocols, such as the Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP). You can download a copy of the ONP-Intranetworking Protocol .
The ONP-Intranetworking Protocol allows all AddEnergie-manufactured charging stations to be managed from the company’s Charging Station Network Management System (CSNMS). The protocol also allows third party network management systems with appropriate security permissions to obtain full control of AddEnergie charging stations, and it allows network operators to develop a control interface to manage third party charging stations from AddEnergie’s CSNMS.
AddEnergie believes that open protocols and standards benefit both station owners and EV drivers. That’s why the company is working with industry bodies to support the eventual development of a user-friendly, globally accepted standard via the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and other relevant standards bodies.