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Noodoe EV Has a New App to Help With Load Management

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Todd Carney is a graduate of Harvard Law School. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Public Communications. He writes on many different aspects of energy, in particular how it...

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The company Noodoe EV, recently announced that they have a new app to assist in load management for energy. The app is specifically geared towards charging with electric vehicles. Often electric vehicles face limited resources at charging stations because the station has to divide electricity among going to the car and other elements such as lights and temperature control in a building. But Noodoe’s app allows for the careful distribution of energy, so that a given charging station has a consistent amount of energy, regardless of what else is drawing energy at the time that someone charges their car.

Noodoe’s core mission is to help the world adapt its infrastructure to be more conducive with using electric vehicles. Often it costs millions of dollars to update infrastructure to make it amenable to electric vehicles. As a result, many governments and communities do not update their infrastructure, either because they cannot afford to make the updates, or because they simply do not want to spend all of that money on the new infrastructure. Noodoe seeks to provide innovation that makes such changes more affordable and quicker.

Outside of the app, Noodoe wants to help expand charging stations throughout the world by having them at places like parking lots, so that no one has to go far in terms of charging their cars. Additionally, Noodoe seeks to partner with auto dealerships and facility management companies to meet their needs and figure out the best way to promote charging stations. Noodoe has also looked into promoting motorcycles as ways to create more green energy practices.

Noodoe is operating in 110 countries. Noodoe has existed for 20 years. Noodoe offers an array of electric vehicle chargers that anyone can buy to install somewhere. One of the main variations in the models of chargers is the capacity that a charger has for providing energy. The ones with the highest capacity are more efficient and can handle more cars successively. They also offer different models of support for the chargers. Such as different stands for the chargers to be mounted on. Some models are made to be more equipped for harsh environments or to be attached to a building versus a parking lot.

Clearly Noodoe has made many exciting products that helps the world use more green technology. Load management is important in terms of promoting energy efficiency, which helps with the goals of green technology. Hopefully Noodoe’s new app will have the same success as their other products.

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