Rhythmos.io’s EV charging software makes EV charging operations more predictable, flexible, and transparent in real-time.  -  Source: Rhythmos

Rhythmos.io’s EV charging software makes EV charging operations more predictable, flexible, and transparent in real-time.

Source: Rhythmos

With the number of electric vehicles (EVs) on U.S. roads expected to climb to 35 million by 2030, Rhythmos.io and Qmerit are promoting more electric mobility through a new partnership aimed at overcoming charging-related challenges like grid capacity constraints and charger availability and maintenance.

The Rhythmos.io Cadency EdgeAI software platform is a utility-driven optimized charging and energy management system that can more than double EV charging capacity without costly and time-consuming infrastructure upgrades. Together with Qmerit – a charging installer for residential and commercial uses – fleet and utility customers will access services from each company to help reduce deployment barriers and enable streamlined charging management. 

Leveraging Qmerit’s electrification services, Rhythmos.io will offer its customers a system for site inspection, implementation, and maintenance of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) chargers. Access to Qmerit’s national network of certified electricians will help ensure a more efficient process, saving customers time and money. 

"Utilities and fleets are seeking turnkey solutions to EV charging," said Ken Munson, CEO of Rhythmos.io, in news release. "Utilities need to be able to accommodate dramatic load growth on their infrastructure, while fleets need the tools to meet ambitious electrification goals. We aim to reduce costs and alleviate electrification barriers for utilities, fleets, and EV owners alike.”

Rhythmos.io’s EV charging software makes EV charging operations more predictable, flexible, and transparent in real-time, which complements Qmerit’s electrification services and mission to accelerate the electrification. Qmerit’s customers will have the option to join Rhythmos.io’s Cadency EdgeAI software platform for EV charging strategies, enabling increased efficiency, reduced costs, and improved grid stability.

"As EV adoption increases, our charging infrastructure must keep pace to create a more sustainable transportation sector,” said Tom Bowen, president of Qmerit Solutions. “We need a connected EV charging ecosystem where industry stakeholders can access multiple resources to make charging EVs as simple and streamlined as possible."

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