Delta Electronics partners with Everty on EV technology

In a first of its kind for the industry, Australian electric vehicle (EV) charging software company Everty and Delta Electronics Australia are set to join forces. The partnership will give users access to real time information, and significantly potential cost savings.

Delta’s range of consumer and public facing electric vehicle smart chargers will be enabled with Everty’s intuitive software, allowing customers to better manage their charger condition and maintenance.

The ability to select EV charging at off-peak periods, when energy rates are at their lowest, as well as being able to control the power output, access charging session records, and increase solar self-consumption will be of great benefit to home owners.

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Additional smart charging features will also support the provision of solar energy and allow homes to feed power back to the grid – another potential cost saving. Businesses can optimise day/night charging based on and off-peak rates.

They can even earn revenue through the software’s billing feature. Powerful analytics make it easy to manage a single charging station or a whole charging network. Remote monitoring further reduces operational expenditure and improves performance.

Additional smart charging features for businesses include dynamic load management and fleet optimisation by reducing the cost of charging. Businesses can also use renewable power from their onsite systems.

“The true cost of living is of great concern to all Australians, and as we’ve seen recently, fuel security and rising petrol costs is a major contributor to household pressures,” Everty founder and CEO Carola Jonas said.

“Electric vehicles represent a cleaner, more sustainable form of mobility, and Everty’s platform ensures they are also the most cost efficient.”

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Delta Electronics’ Australian country manager David Leal sees great potential in the partnership, especially on the back of the company’s brand promise; ‘Smarter. Greener. Together.’

“It’s not hard to see why Everty is such an industry game-changer and Aussie success story,” Leal said.

“By partnering with Everty, Delta Electronics can offer customers a regionally-specific service when using Delta’s EV chargers, unlike other off-the-shelf overseas alternatives.”

By offering customers Everty’s Software as a Service (SaaS) product with Delta’s extensive product range of AC and DC smart chargers, Delta will support customers who need load, energy, fleet and billing management solutions.

Everty’s powerful, proven, cloud-based software provides a raft of intuitive smart charging features for private and business customers, available in both a mobile phone app and computer desktop dashboard.

The partnership was announced at the Smart Energy 2022 expo at Sydney’s ICC today, alongside the unveiling of Delta Electronics Australia’s next-gen technology, with smart sustainability at its core.

Highlights include a new V2X charger, DC Wallbox 50kW charger and a solar off-grid solution, specifically designed for electrification in rural areas (a product it sees as a game changer for EV take up in country Australia).

Delta’s range of Everty-equipped hardware will be available to Australian private and business consumers, with more information on offer at (where you’ll also find details of their new products) and

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