“With this program, Siemens is integrating a broad and talented suite of partners that will enable and accelerate the transportation electrification market,” said John DeBoer, head of Siemens eMobility Solutions and Future Grid Business in North America. “Relying on initiatives like this ecosystem approach is an integral step in the right direction in our journey as a country and around the world to achieve a truly accessible and equitable EV future.”
The Siemens eMobility Partner Ecosystem spans multiple participants involved in electrifying transportation including Electric Vehicle Service Providers (EVSPs), like EvGateway, who install and operate chargers at workplaces, retailers, and other sites, providing managed network services for site owners and the EV drivers using their facilities.
“Our partnership with Siemens gives us the ability to provide a turn-key solution for the EVSE market. As a Network Infrastructure provider, we are able to work with clients of all sizes and adapt to every charging scenario,” said Reddy Marri, President EvGateway.
The ecosystem also includes installers and project developers who focus on the design and installation of EV charging facilities ranging from large truck and bus depots down to groups of Level 2 chargers at multi-family dwellings.
“AMPLY fuels electric fleets. As a leader in providing Charging-as-a-Service solutions to commercial fleet operators, AMPLY enables the new era for electrification of buses, trucks, vans and electric cars. With investment from Siemens Financial Services combined with Siemens technology solutions, AMPLY better meets the service level needs, energy management, and focus on lowering the total cost of ownership for these customers – providing a turn-key solution from facility design, construction, financing and optimization of charging operations using AMPLY’s proprietary software” said Vic Shao, CEO of AMPLY Power.
In addition, partners include EV original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) whose customers want to buy an integrated package of charging equipment with an electric truck or other EV, a Freight Mobility Platform provider, Einride, delivering Transportation as a Service (TaaS), as well as technology platforms like ev.energy that work with utilities to automatically charge EVs at the best times for the grid.
This is one of many Siemens-led initiatives to support transportation electrification and help ensure an equitable EV future. Siemens is a founding member of the Zero Emission Transportation Association (ZETA), which advocates for national policies that will enable 100 percent electric vehicle sales throughout the light-, medium-, and heavy-duty sectors by 2030. The company also joined the Climate Group EV100, a global initiative committed to accelerating the transition to electric vehicles (EVs).