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Edge computing made for energy
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Avoid overloads and maximize charging speed
Reduce operating costs and emissions
Minimize grid fees by locally reducing peak loads
Minimize energy costs with varying energy prices
Give users full control and transparency over their energy
Provide users with energy information on the go
Build custom solutions on top of XENON
Easily add integrations to your existing systems
Seamlessly authorize and invoice charging processes
Resolve issues without onsite technicians
Aggregate and optimize multiple systems
Enable energy trading within a user group
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Trade the flexibility and energy of connected DERs
Leverage the flexibility of EVs
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