Monta's EV Charging Data Shows Reduction in Emissions

Siemens’ Preferred EV Charging Software Provider, Monta, has made Significant CO2 Emission Savings. Monta’s Alok Dubey Tells us More

Danish-based EV charge point platform provider, Monta, has released data which shows the impact that its users have made in reducing their CO2 charging emissions. Monta’s EV customers have saved more than 177 tonnes by driving electric, which is the equivalent of driving around the Earth’s circumference 30 times in an internal combustion engine vehicle.

Monta is Siemens’ preferred EV charging software provider

Monta was founded in 2020 and is determined to simplify EV charging, for everyone, for good. The company believes that one way to do this is by accelerating the use of charging and democratising its data will support the adoption of electric cars across a variety of applications. 

In 2023, Siemens chose Monta as its preferred EV charging software provider for its corporate fleets.

“We’re excited to be working together with Monta, integrating their innovative, feature-filled software into our offerings,” says Markus Mildner, CEO eMobility at Siemens Smart Infrastructure. “This supports our ambitions to further expand EV charging infrastructure.” 

By using Monta’s Charge Point Management System (CPMS), Siemens has been able fast-track its goal of integrating e-mobility into daily life, by establishing a Europe-wide infrastructure for both corporate fleets and facility managers. This includes offering charging solutions for company cars, shared vehicles and employees. 

Alok Dubey, Regional Director for Western Europe at Monta

Monta's CO2 emission reductions in 2023 and beyond

2023 has been confirmed as the hottest year on record, with global warming temperatures reaching 1.48 degrees Celsius, caused by the amount of CO2 being dumped into the Earth’s atmosphere. Alok Dubey, Regional Director for Western Europe at Monta, is ready to change.

“Love them or loathe them, more EVs on our roads will reduce the amount of CO2 we’re dumping into the atmosphere and at Monta, we’ve been working tirelessly to demonstrate that this is more than just a concept,” said Dubey. “New data shows our users have reduced their CO2 charging emissions by over 177 tonnes - the equivalent of driving 1,236,604 km, or driving around the Earth’s circumference 30 times in a petrol/ diesel vehicle!”

Monta was able to calculate this reduction of CO2 emissions over the past 12-months, through its SmartCharge feature which checks the users local forecasted electricity prices, tariffs and energy emissions data, automatically creating the perfect charge schedule. This makes sure that users charge their EVs when energy sources are cheapest, have low CO2 emissions, or are most renewable.

“Our user data has shown that 14,000 drivers saved €310,000 over 590,000 charges, equating to a saving of approximately €22 per driver per charge in 2023.”


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