The ATZ/MTZ media group and the business consultant mobility experts of Arthur D. Little (ADL) gathered for the first time together to bestow the Sustainability Award in Automotive. The prize honors outstanding sustainable solutions in environmental and climate protection as well as society and governance in the automotive and mobility industry. The expert jury recognized eight winners in the three categories of technology, mobility concepts, and start-up on May 10th as part of the ATZlive Congress – Powertrains and Energy Systems of Tomorrow 2022.
As the winner in business model mobility concepts, the expert jury distinguished AMPECO with its user-friendly business-to-enterprise EV Charging Platform.
AMPECO offers a white-label EV charging management platform that empowers energy companies, charge point operators, installers, and mobility providers to launch and scale an EV charging business. Built by entrepreneurs with significant experience in software development, AMPECO quickly became an established player in the market. Today, its smart, cloud-based platform is used by over 80 companies on six continents. Some of the biggest charge point operators in Western Europe, the UK, Scandinavia, and the US rely on AMPECO’s EV charging platform to provide an exceptional charging experience to thousands of EV drivers.
Electric vehicles (EVs) have a crucial role in achieving net-zero emissions by contributing to smart cities and industrial decarbonization, resulting in positive socioeconomic and environmental impacts. AMPECO is at the forefront of innovation and sustainability by providing an innovative all-in-one solution for EV charging. We provide charging network operators with fast, efficient, and hassle-free implementation of a cloud-based back-end platform for managing thousands of charging stations. AMPECO’s platform enables efficient energy distribution through Dynamic Load Management and dynamic pricing, allowing locations with limited power capacity to avoid costly power grid upgrades and stimulate the integration of renewable energy.
The entries were selected and awarded by an independent jury based on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations (UN). The SDGs address the central global challenges in the areas of environment, society, and governance. The jury this year included Stefanie Wolff (NOW GmbH), Peter Bering (Engineers For Future), Prof. Lutz Eckstein (ika | RWTH Aachen University), Prof. Peter Gutzmer (ATZ/MTZ Group) and Dr. Philipp Seidel (ADL).