Bidirectional Charging – Opportunity and Obstacle
It’s all the rage: bidirectional charging. The car battery is used not only to store energy for driving but also to supply electricity – to other consumers, the building, the grid. But this extended usage of the car also bears some challenges.
At a glance: charging sessions as PDF and CSV via email
Passing on charging costs has just gotten much easier. With the new monitoring feature, our KeContact P30 x-series wallboxes automatically emails a charging report with all last month’s charging sessions. As a PDF and CSV.
Charging electricity vs fueling – which is cheaper?
Due to the electric motor’s extremely high efficiency factor, electric vehicles use significantly less energy than their combustion-engine counterparts. But does that automatically make their consumption costs much cheaper? Here is a cost comparison between using electricity and the fuels petrol and diesel for your car.
This is how well KEBA wallboxes did in tests
Independent tests by external experts, reviews, and user testimonials provide information about the strengths and weaknesses of a given product. They help consumers make informed decisions – and manufacturers become better. Here are the most recent test results about KEBA wallboxes.
Calibrating a wallbox: here’s what German measurement and calibration standards mean
You often see public charging stations in the German-speaking world reading the letters ME. They stand for "Mess- und Eichrecht" (measurement and calibration act). But what does that mean? What other calibration standards are out there? And why do I need a calibrated wallbox for my personal use? Here are the answers.
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