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FreeWire launches Mobilyze Pro, an AI-enabled platform for EV charging infrastructure across Canada and the U.S.

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Mobilyze Pro introduces an AI prediction algorithm to enable EV charging site hosts to optimize charger deployments.

Photo: FreeWire Technologies.

NEWARK — FreeWire Technologies, a provider of battery-integrated electric vehicle charging stations and energy management solutions, has launched Mobilyze Pro, an AI-enabled platform designed to provide accurate predictions to expand nationwide EV charging infrastructure.

The platform’s tools, including a utilization prediction engine, a tariff recommendation engine, and a profitability calculator, leverage AI to parse through public and proprietary datasets to predict the best locations to deploy EV fast charging.

Over 180,000 public fast charging stations will be required to support 26 million EVs in the U.S. by 2030. The gap between EV sales and the infrastructure needed to support them is projected to widen with time. This gap is being exacerbated by long lead times for utility upgrades, making battery-integrated charging the quickest and most cost-effective solution.

Mobilyze Pro is designed to help site hosts meet this demand for charging infrastructure by providing accurate utilization and profitability forecasts. These tools give owners of charging infrastructure the resources they need to compare site locations and hardware solutions, thereby providing confidence in the business case for EV charging and overcoming a key hurdle to accelerate deployment and access for drivers.


“Mobilyze Pro is the most powerful software tool available today to analyze and predict strategic deployments of fast charging infrastructure,” said Arcady Sosinov, CEO and Founder of FreeWire. “The platform uses AI to make highly accurate predictions and optimize project economics, making EV fast charging more ubiquitous and more accessible to the public.”

Mobilyze Pro will be offered to site hosts in the U.S. and across four Canadian provinces in Q1 of 2024.


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