Dutch carsharing leader MyWheels is set to incorporate Invers' bidirectional charging technology into its latest fleet of electric vehicles. The integration involves the installation of Invers' CloudBoxx in the new electric cars, allowing for bidirectional charging capabilities. MyWheels, recognized as the largest carsharing platform in the Netherlands as of 2022, is further collaborating with We Drive Solar to introduce over 200 bidirectionally chargeable vehicles into its fleet based in Utrecht.
Invers, renowned for its hardware and software solutions tailored for shared mobility companies, sees bidirectional charging as an innovative means to address both a city's electricity demand and its mobility needs through carsharing. Alexander Kirn, CEO of Invers, underscores the company's commitment to combining sharing expertise with innovative mobility solutions, emphasizing bidirectional charging's potential to enhance sustainability in both mobility and energy supply.
MyWheels, in operation for over a decade, has steadily grown to connect more than 200,000 users with shared cars. The adoption of Invers' sharing technology dates back to 2019, solidifying a longstanding partnership between the two entities.
Invers, self-proclaimed “inventor of automated vehicle sharing,” facilitates mobility service providers in launching, operating, and expanding their services with integrated hardware and software solutions. The company's clientele includes prominent names such as Share Now, Cambio, GreenMobility, Miles, Zity, Getaround, and Flinkster. Established in 1993, Invers is headquartered in Germany, with locations in Siegen, Cologne, and Vancouver, and emphasizes the entirety of its development occurring within Germany.