The FLEXET project is part of the UK's V2X Innovation Programme, which is funded by the Department for Energy Security & Net Zero and delivered by Innovate UK. The project will trial the OtaskiES bi-directional 22kW EV charger in a live fleet environment. Funded by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero’s V2X Innovation Programme, the FLEXET project kicked off late in 2023. The 3 project partners are OtaskiES, Syselek and the University of Leeds and OtaskiES are the lead partner.

The OtaskiES bi-directional charger, which features its Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO) DC-DC converter, will work in conjunction with Syselek’s telematics system and fleet energy management systems. This will give fleet EV operators a first-of-its-kind opportunity to access energy flexibility and the prosumer market. The DC converter is designed to be cost and energy-efficient while offering high adaptability to variable loads, increasing grid reliability, resilience and stability.

Philip Inegbedion, CEO of OtaskiES expressed excitement at the possibilities opened by bi-directional charging to fleet managers, prosumers and regular consumers. He said:

“We are delighted to be leading this project because it gives us the rare chance to be at the cutting edge of a technology that promises to be as revolutionary to energy as the internet was to communication.

It has the potential to significantly challenge some ubiquitous assumptions surrounding the practicality of electric vehicles, which have slowed down their mass adoption.

By demonstrating that it can be economically viable to use electric vehicles as primary fleet assets, FLEXET will also contribute to the UK’s decarbonisation and environmental goals.”

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