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New Business Hub allows fleets to monitor, analyse and control EV charging

Charging solutions provider NewMotion has introduced a new Business Hub to bring fleets in-depth insight into EV charging and charge point usage.

NewMotion’s Business Hub enables companies to monitor and control their EV charging solutions

Aimed at firms taking the first steps into running EVs or those looking to scale up their e-mobility, the platform allows businesses to monitor, analyse and control all aspects of their NewMotion charging infrastructure and their EV fleet charging.

As a result, it can help fleets minimise their electric vehicle total costs of ownership and maximise their EV infrastructure efficiency.

The platform is used with NewMotion’s smart charge points and charge card and allows remote access management, tariff setting and cost allocation.

Real-time data provides insight into the status of charge points and can be used to report on a handful of charge points at one location, or hundreds across dozens of locations while future developments will bring new features. It comes with a business subscription and can be used with all NewMotion Business charge points and NewMotion charge cards.

Sytse Zuidema, CEO of NewMotion, said: “We see the need for businesses to be in complete control of the costs and usage of their EV fleet and infrastructure. With 10 years’ experience in the smart charging industry, we’re confident that the Business Hub will enable companies to overcome the hurdles they face when scaling up their e-mobility.”

The solution has already been deployed by NewMotion customer Ikea Netherlands.

Willie Looman, engineering manager Ikea, responsible for the charge point management at store locations, said: “At Ikea Netherlands we have multiple NewMotion charge points spread across twelve of our store locations. The Business Hub makes managing our charging infrastructure for customers and employees easy. I can now control all charge points and cards from one platform. It saves me time and it’s really simple to use.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news - or gossip.