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.
Charging the company car at home – this is how the billing works
Electric cars are increasingly the first choice for a company’s vehicle fleet. To make the best use of them, drivers should charge them at home – the electric vehicle can park overnight and thus refuel in the most economic way. To pass on that part of the electricity bill to the employer, there are various options.
A smart wallbox – what does that mean?
‚Smart’ is an attribute used for many things: watches, TVs, phones, and even entire houses. What does the quality of smartness in everyday objects mean for us? And more importantly, what does ‚smart’ mean in a wallbox? Find the answers here.