August 16, 2019by Trevor Hiatt

Cyber Switching Joins the Center for Sustainable Energy’s Multi-Unit Dwelling EV Project

Recently, Cyber Switching participated in the kick-off meeting with the Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) on their Multi-Unit Dwelling Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging Innovation Pilots in Multiple Metropolitan Areas program. Today, our CEO executed the agreement officially making Cyber Switching a contributor.  And we are very excited to be a member of this wide-reaching effort with over 40 participants.  The goal is to develop a Residential Charging Toolkit (MUD and Curbside) that includes all necessary information (e.g., technical, business, policies, and even sample agreements). This toolkit will make it simple for MUD developers and managers to evaluate and implement innovative, cost-effective, and expandable EV charging solutions. And hopefully, these solutions will enhance a MUD’s value.  Cyber Switching’s EV Master Controller (EVMC) which allows a customer to use one 40 Amp circuit breaker to connect four level 2, 32 Amp charging stations. The EVMC provides multiple areas the customer will save money, specifically with regards to equipment, infrastructure, and operations.

Funded by the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy office of the Department of Energy and managed by the Center for Sustainable Energy, this three-year project will hopefully eliminate barriers to EV expansion within MUDs.  We look forward to working with the team.