Monday june 27 2022

Track 2
10.30 - 11.00

Enhancing Smart EV Charging with Smart Meter Data Analytics

There is a huge wealth of opportunity in putting smart meter data analytics to use in new energy services. Optimizing residential energy assets is a complex challenge. Combining these customer insights and forecasts derived from smart meter disaggregation serves as valuable input for smart charging profiles.

Presented by Bram van der Wal from Net2Grid.

Bram van der Wal

About Bram van der Wal

Bram van der Wal is passionate about bridging people & business opportunities with technology & platform innovation in regional and international environments.

At NET2GRID Bram works as Director of Product and asks very often ‘what, why and when’ to have products developed with the end user and the client in mind, while also guiding product development teams to deliver the best solutions accelerating the energy transition. Bram is an expert in the development of Energy Data-Driven Business Models for customer proposition strategy and a service portfolio, ensuring business value creation for clients and the delivery of outstanding customer satisfaction.

In the last 2 decades Bram has been active in the area of Cleantech Digital Convergence and Data-driven Business Acceleration (Smart Energy, IoT, Smart Home hardware/services, Mobile Apps) at NET2GRID, incumbent energy suppliers Essent NL and E.ON International. Prior to switching into energy the sector he worked at consumer electronics firm Philips Consumer Electronics as manager Product Marketing TV for the EMEA region and at Philips Consumer Lifestyle Innovation in The Netherlands and India in various roles.


NET2GRID is an AI-enabled SaaS company which empowers energy retailers to become Energy Transition enablers by unlocking value from smart meter data. We provide the most accurate residential energy insights and predictions thanks to our unique know-how in collecting and analysing smart meter data, whether real-time or interval batch readings.

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