Multi EV fast charging station by Chargepoly
Honoree in the Vehicle Intelligence & Transportation category
The Chargepoly Multi EV fast charging station is an optimised hardware system including a limited number of fast chargers for several charging points. This mutualisation allows more efficient electrification of several charging bays and optimises installed power capacity. The intelligent planning software provides charging sequence orders to the system so that EVs are charged one after each other at maximum speed. 

Chargepoly’s load planning (shared time) instead of conventional load balancing (shared power) is key for maximising utilisation rate. Infrastructure cost is significantly reduced while specific priorities from the users are also taken into account.

Prebook system for EV charging by Daeyoung Chaevi
Honoree in the Smart Cities category
Chaevi has developed the Smart-Way App that recommends an optimal charger based on the location and destination information of the vehicle currently being driven. When selected, the charger becomes prebooked and waits for the user. At the Smart-Way Charger, the user enters a preset PIN number and starts charging immediately without waiting in line. The prebooked duration is configurable and a penalty can be applied in the event of a no show.

Chaevi EV charger by Daeyoung Chaevi
Honoree in the Smart Cities category
The operation rate of EV charging stations is being negatively impacted by vehicles that occupy the charging bay after charging has ended. This causes other customers delays in using the installation and reduces profits for charge point operators.

The Chaevi EV charger is equipped with Licence Plate Reading (LPR) technology to increase the actual operation rate of the charging station by levying usage fees based on the time the vehicle is left unattended after charging has been completed.

EV charge by Etc at BT Group
Honoree in the Vehicle Tech & Advanced Mobility category
An opportunity exists in the UK to bring EV charging kerb-side for everyone, creating the UK's most connected public charging network. This will be achieved by upgrading British Telecom street cabinets to EV charging units. The cabinets are currently used to provide copper-based broadband services and are due to be decommissioned in line with full fibre implementation.

Some 60,000 BT owned cabinets may be suitable for the upgrade with the ambition of addressing the charge point availability, connectivity, and usability issues of EV owners. This transformation launches with UK pilots, with the potential to make an important contribution to decarbonising the transport system, supporting the UK’s net zero ambitions.

Enercamp EV M2 by Enercamp 
Honoree in the Accessibility & Aging Tech category
The Enercamp EV M2 is an innovative self-driving electric vehicle charger that responds to a  request via an app to autonomously travell to a vehicle’s location. Using its patented Power Boost System technology, it delivers rapid 40kW charging to a vehicle. What sets this product apart is its commitment to universal usability, ensuring accessibility for all users, including those with disabilities, thereby addressing critical accessibility concerns.

Autonomous EV recharging robot by Evar
Honoree in the Robotics, Smart Cities category
Parky is the first market-ready autonomous EV recharging robot developed by Evar. It provides 15kW DC charging per hour which allows 50 miles of driving range. It allows for EV charging freedom to drivers while eliminating concerns about the additional electric capacity for building owners.

Load-balancing smart EV charger by Evar
Honoree in the Smart Cities, Sustainability, Eco-Design & Smart Energy category
Smart EV Charger is an innovative device that can dramatically improve the EV charging infrastructure by incorporating dynamic load-balancing and AI deep learning. It can charge a single EV up to 11kw (level 2 power source), and load balancing allows five EVs connected to a single power grid at a rate of 2.2kw each.