Let's explore how Synop's offerings empower infrastructure providers, including Charging-as-a-Service (CaaS), Transportation-as-a-Service (TaaS), and Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) providers, to optimize their EV fleet operations.
Synop CCO Mark Braby will participate as a panelist in NACFE’s Run on Less Electric DEPOT (RoL-E DEPOT) “Bootcamp Training” webinar: “Selecting and Managing Cost-Effective Charging” on Aug. 8 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. EST.
Synop understands the obstacles faced by auto original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) as customers transition toward EV fleets and offers a game-changing, white-label software solution to optimize EV charging and energy management.
A quick overview of how Synop software solutions can revolutionize your commercial EV fleet operations by exploring the features of the platform, highlighting the products and services, and showcasing how Synop serves various commercial EV fleets.
A combination of recent data, proposed legislation, and Synop's advancements in virtual power plants (VPP) and vehicle-to-grid (V2G) capabilities have strengthened my belief that we are making significant progress in replacing peaker plants as the primary source of easily dispatchable generation.
Read this case study to learn how Synop helped a commercial EV bus company overcome the challenge of managing charging operations in sub-zero temperatures, leading to improved performance and reduced costs.
Synop's software platform is vendor-agnostic and designed for easy deployment, making it an ideal solution for drayage fleets that need to rapidly transition to EVs.
Approximately two million commercial electric vehicles (EVs) will be on the road by 2030. A new partnership between EnergyHub, the utility industry’s most experienced provider of distributed energy resource management systems (DERMS), and Synop, a charging and energy management software company for commercial EV fleets, prepares utilities and fleet owners for an EV-centric future.
At Synop, we are committed to accelerating the transition to electric commercial fleets by providing end-to-end software solutions that optimize charging and energy management, but we know that this transition will require industry-wide collaboration and support.
Read this case study to learn how Synop, in partnership with Highland Electric Fleets, BorgWarner, Proterra, and Thomas Built Buses, provided software solutions in a groundbreaking program using V2G technology for electric school buses (ESBs).