MOEV's Virtual Battery Energy Storage System (VBESS) allows management of microgrid elements (EVSE smart charging, storage and optional solar) and presents an interface to the grid suitable for demand response utilization. It can also be configured to support EV fast chargers, and to avoid demand charge expense that can disrupt a business model. MOEV's system can be retrofitted to installed assets, and provides a software management layer to control energy.



MOEV Inc. is a technology startup based in Los Angeles, California, that is developing smart solutions for managing electric vehicle energy usage within microgrids. The MOEV strategy is to integrate its cloud-hosted platform, distributed algorithmic and Artificial Intelligence based smart charging, power control and management architecture and market-specific mobile apps, to provide a comprehensive solution. Real-time information from the electric utility grid operator or from distributed energy resources such as solar photovoltaics or battery energy storage can be incorporated into MOEV's technology platform to optimize power flows into aggregated electric vehicle loads.

Microgrid (VBESS)

MOEV Inc., (MOEV) has developed a solution for Multi-User-Dwelling charging. Our system addresses significant issues for apartment managers and HOAs, such as cost of installation, ongoing operating cost of electricity, and flexible management for cost recovery. We provide a retrofit solution for existing chargers installed (MOEV Cloud TM plus X.4TM) or new installations (Cloud plus 2.4TM). A smartphone app allows the user to authenticate and enter charging preferences.

MOEV offers optimized workplace charging with the MOEV 2.4TM quad charger and MOEV Cloud TM software. Together, they allow four vehicles to charge on a single 240 Volt circuit, saving install costs. Traditional EV chargers only support one plug per circuit, resulting in underused assets. MOEV's system also permits options to avoid high "time-of-use" electricity prices and to avoid "demand charges."

Fleet systems have specific needs based on the fleet mission. MOEV provides a flexible solution to ensure that the vehicles are always charged and ready with a minimum of expense. You can now tune your EV charging network to optimize performance across a number of goals: reduce CO2, avoid demand charges, charge at lowest cost, and support utility demand response signals, as examples.


Matt Peterson, (left) President & CEO of LA Cleantech Incubator gets a charge from MOEV's 4 EV charger at the 2018 LA CoMotion event.


Multi-User Dwelling