E.ON faced two challenges when offering dynamic load management. First, the solution needed to be compatible with E.ON’s existing billing solution. Second, E.ON wanted to roll out the solution to 11 countries, so it also had to be scalable. XENON’s modular architecture offered both. E.ON’s billing solution could be integrated seamlessly and the wide range of existing integrations ensured that E.ON could serve a wide range of customers.
Once E.ON had decided for XENON, it developed its own product offering on the platform to meet the demands of their customers. Eventually, E.ON developed solutions for six different use cases from the essentials with static load management to the full-fledge solution for complex requirements.
In the future, E.ON plans to develop more features based on XENON. This includes the use of artificial intelligence to forecast charging behavior and tailor charging strategies to the individual needs of drivers - meeting mobility requirements efficiently without compromising on user comfort. Here, XENON provides the interface to the charging infrastructure and gives E.ON the opportunity to focus on what really matters - delivering the best solutions for their customers.