MyWheels relies on CloudBoxx from Invers

Invers, a provider of hardware and software solutions for shared mobility companies, is equipping bidirectionally chargeable electric cars for car sharing with its technology.

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The Dutch carsharing operator MyWheels is installing Invers’ CloudBoxx in its new fleet of electric cars that can charge bidirectionally. Additionally, MyWheels is working with We Drive Solar and is integrating over 200 vehicles from the manufacturer of bidirectional charging technology into its own fleet in Utrecht.

“Bidirectional charging is an innovative approach to balance a city’s electricity demand while carsharing answers a city’s mobility demand,” explains Alexander Kirn, CEO of Invers. “We are always keen to combine our sharing expertise with other innovative approaches to mobility. Bidirectional charging in a sharing fleet is a great example of how innovative technology enables sustainability in mobility as well as energy supply.”

MyWheels launched its carsharing operation more than ten years ago and grew into the largest carsharing platform in the Netherlands by the end of 2022 MyWheels has connected more than 200,000 users with shared cars. The company has been using Invers’ sharing technology since 2019.

Invers claims the title of “inventor of automated vehicle sharing”, and operates by enabling mobility service providers to launch, operate and scale their offerings with integrated hardware and software solutions. Customers include Share Now, Cambio, GreenMobility, Miles, Zity, Getaround and Flinkster. The company was initially founded in 1993 and has locations in Siegen, Cologne and Vancouver. Development takes place entirely in Germany.


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