Aerovy and Electro Base expand charging partnership
Aerovy and Electro Base have expanded their partnership focused on developing electric aviation battery charging.
Aerovy already has a partnership with Electro.Aero, the parent of Electro Base. Its software solutions are key in optimising energy management within Electro Base’s charging infrastructure. The partnership combines Aerovy’s advanced software with Electro Base’s chargers and battery energy storage systems, making machine learning-driven price arbitrate for electric vehicle charging possible. Meaning harging service providers can ensure that energy will be available for peak demand while minimising operating cost.
Nick Gunady (pictured centre), founder and CEO of Aerovy, said: “Our continued partnership with Electro.Aero and this new strategic relationship with Electro Base highlights our commitment to advancing the charging landscape for AAM and beyond. We’re excited about the possibilities this collaboration unlocks for the future of sustainable transportation.”
Electro Base’s battery containers are designed to enable rapid charging for a wide range of electric vehicles, whether on-grid or off-grid. These containers are fitted out with integrated chargers for electric cars, trucks and construction equipment, along with auxiliary sockets for other devices.