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AmpUp wins $1.7-million grant from state of Connecticut for EV charging management pilot

Charging software provider AmpUp has been awarded up to $1.7 million in funding from the state of Connecticut’s Innovative Energy Solutions program for a charging management pilot. The goal of the project is to provide grid operators with a scalable solution to balance energy demand during peak periods by decreasing load at EV charging stations…. Read more »

Leviton launches Pro Series EV charging stations with AmpUp charging management software

Electrical equipment manufacturer Leviton may be best known for its lighting control devices, but the company has been making EV charging hardware for a decade. Leviton has now announced a partnership with charging management company AmpUp. Leviton’s new EV Series Pro charging stations include 48- and 80-amp level 2 stations, available with or without LCD… Read more »

EvoCharge chargers to incorporate AmpUp’s charging management software

EvoCharge, a supplier of EVSE and cable management solutions, has formed a preferred network partnership with software provider AmpUp. AmpUp’s software is designed to allow EV owners to manage their charging infrastructure to simplify charging schedules and optimize energy consumption. AmpUp’s products are used by several Fortune 500 companies. EvoCharge and AmpUp’s preconfigured charging stations… Read more »

Holman invests in EV management software provider AmpUp

The venture capital division of global automotive services firm Holman has made an investment in AmpUp, a provider of EV management software. New Jersey-based Holman delivers a range of automotive services, including fleet management and leasing, vehicle fabrication and upfitting, component manufacturing, and insurance. AmpUp’s technology is designed to allow fleet operators to monitor and… Read more »

Cyber Switching’s new Cyber Charger C1 is a made-in-America commercial EV charger

EV technology provider Cyber Switching has launched a new made-in-America EV charging station. The Cyber Charger C1 is a 48 A Level 2 charging station designed for commercial properties and multi-family homes. Under the 2021 Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, hardware used in federally-funded EV infrastructure projects must be entirely made in America, and use at least… Read more »

Legrand introduces Level 2 EV charger for commercial use

France-based electrical equipment maker Legrand has expanded into the EV charging market with the launch of the Legrand Networked Level 2 Commercial Electrical Vehicle Charger, designed for such commercial applications as offices, parking garages, multi-unit residential buildings and vehicle fleets. The 48 A (11.5 kW) Level 2 networked charger comes factory-configured with customizable charging-management subscription… Read more »

LEDVANCE announces launch of Phase EV Level 2 commercial charging stations

LEDVANCE has announced the launch of its Phase EV Level 2 commercial charging stations in the US this spring. The Phase EV features Level 2 charging with 11.5 kW maximum power output. It also features the new AmpUp software, which walks contractors through the device’s set-up process. A SIM card is pre-installed. According to the… Read more »