Charging specialist CTEK has integrated its EV chargers with billing software from Fuuse Billing, a brand of the England-based company Miralis Data. Customers with CTEK Chargestorm Connected 2 chargers can now link their chargers to Fuuse Billing software to generate revenue.
The payment card industry-compliant software supports payment collections from drivers, automated invoicing and secure storage of card and payment details, and displays financial data and reports for connected chargers.
Fuuse software includes several tariff options. Operators can charge drivers by the kWh, by the minute, or both. The company says Fuuse Billing’s remote management features are capable of monitoring and resolving hardware faults, managing and reducing electricity supply costs, setting operating hours, restricting access and addressing problems such as ICEing and bay-hogging.
CTEK’s Fuuse-integrated chargers are OCPP-compliant, scalable from a single charger to a large network, and available through a per-charger license or a percentage of revenue arrangement.