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FlexCharging Debuts EVision 2.1 with Industry-Leading Adaptive Polling™ Technology

Redmond, WA – May 23, 2024 – FlexCharging a US company based in Redmond Washington, has announced the release of its latest version of its EVision 2.1™ EV Charge Management System (EVCMS). The latest version of the platform, which has been successfully tested with more than 16 domestic and international utilities for large-scale EV management, includes a number of new features and enhancements including: improved User Interface and Analytics, support for more EV car brands (more than 28), optimized performance to allow management of hundreds of thousands of EVs, improved cyber security enhancements, and provision for integration of the EVCMS system with utility Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) and DERMS systems. 

The largest improvement comes from our patented Adaptive Polling™ system. Most telematics systems request information, or “poll”, from telematics are challenged with two problems;

  1. If they poll infrequently, they miss key data, which is critical for converting the telematics data into a virtual submeter of charging data.

  2. If they poll too frequently, they can cause damage to the car or lose access. These issues include draining the 12-volt battery system, which can cause temporary and long-lasting issues. The vehicle can also block access, which causes the loss of connection to a specific EV, or the automaker API can shut off access to all EVs for a period of time. These types of issues cause a negative experience for EV owners, and lead to missing and incomplete data for the utility.  

FlexCharging’s patented Adaptive Polling™ system adjusts the frequency of polling based on a number of factors including the make, model, year of EV along with the EVs history and the current status. This leads to the most complete data, the highest quality-of-service to utilities, with the least number of incidents or issues for the EV owner. This leads to better program adoption, greater EV retention, and higher data quality for the program. 

"FlexCharging remains the leader in US technology for utility EV demand response and optimization and continues to provide industrial-grade EV Charge Management software with the highest performance and reliability to the utility industry," said Brian Grunkemeyer, CEO of FlexCharging. "With this latest release of our EVision platform, we are ready to commercialize a larger portfolio of EVs and differentiate ourselves from other solutions on the market, which have been struggling to meet customer performance and accuracy expectations." 


About FlexCharging: 

FlexCharging is a cloud-based energy company that works with utilities, cooperatives, and public power companies to manage the grid of the future. Launched in 2017 and based in Washington State, FlexCharging is focused on grid orchestration with a specialty in implementing electric vehicle managed charging programs. FlexCharging supports customers across the U.S., Europe, and Australia. The FlexCharging team includes experts in vehicle telematics, big data, software development, demand-side management program design, and data visualization. For more information, visit and follow the company on LinkedIn


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Tyler Phillipi 


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