FreeWire believes in electrification beyond the grid, in a world where everyone has the opportunity to use clean power wherever and whenever it is needed.
FreeWire offers beautifully designed and easy to use solutions to electrify industries formerly dependent on fossil fuels. These solutions are comprehensive, combining products and services to offer energy delivery and management that customers can rely on every single day. By providing world-class service alongside innovative products, FreeWire enables their customers to tackle new applications and deploy new business models, all without the complexity of traditional energy infrastructure.
FreeWire addresses the challenges of large-scale EV charging with the Mobi Charger. The Mobi Charger is a mobile, modular, distributed charging station that brings the charger to the EV, eliminating the need for expensive trenching and electrical work required for traditional charging stations. FreeWire’s other product line, Mobi Gen, replaces diesel generators with clean, quiet power. The Mobi Gen improves air quality in urban construction sites, utility work, events, film shots, and underground mining by reducing local pollution from diesel and gas generators. FreeWire is working with the California Air Resources Board and other agencies to quantify these impacts. On top of their hardware, FreeWire is developing a software platform as an energy management application layer capable of aggregated peak shaving, load shifting, and demand response.
Now, let’s talk deployment.
FreeWire is demonstrating their first Level 3 (fast-charging) EV charging robots at multiple locations throughout Hawaii, including the Airport Trade Center in Honolulu. This pilot couples their dynamic, second-life EV battery charging solution with an energy management platform that gives admins access to real-time data on the capacity of the units and charge status. FreeWire is exploring other ways to increase access to EV charging through their low-cost solution, particularly in multi-family housing and workplaces.