We provide access to untapped energy resources from car batteries through smart charging and vehicle-to-grid (V2G) systems to support the energy and mobility transition
Optimized EV charging through decentralized, distributed, secure & audited software platform
Track each KWh charged, certify the origin of energy
Leverage smart charging (peak shaving, cost minimization, renewable energy integration) to reduce carbon emissions and total cost of ownership
Generate revenues providing ancillary services to the main
grid using managed
charging and V2G
Incentivize users to contribute to a greener and more sustainable charging system using digital rewards (tokens)
Using 'smart agents' to connect with all types of energy resources
Real-time optimization and peer-to-peer energy trading
Lower transaction costs
Security and distributed intelligence
Ethereum Consortium blockchain
Identifying charging patterns using real-time inputs and signals from EV drivers, grid operators and utilities to optimize charging
Our use cases
Solarcamp - France
V2G integration with SNCF Gares & Connexions
The Solarcamp project enables SNCF to access our technology and allow electric vehicles (EVs) to balance local 'microgrids' at Aix-TGV train station and thecamp. It also incentivises users to participate.
Maesha - Island of Mayotte
Smart charging / V2G
The main objective of MAESHA, our project funded by the European Commission, is to decarbonize energy systems of a select group of islands such as Mayotte. It fosters a large deployment of renewable energy resources (RES) by installing tailored and innovative flexibility services. Based on a comprehensive study and modelling of local energy systems and community structures, MAESHA demonstrates solutions on the Island of Mayotte seeking to replicate this potential on five other islands with more than 1.2 million inhabitants.
Energie Steiermark - Austria
The goal of this project is to optimize electric vehicle charging infrastructure at one of the customer sites of Energie Steiermark. Its objective is to generate additional value for EV charging station operators and EV drivers. The Bovlabs smart charging solution generates charging profiles integrating inputs from drivers, the grid and nearby renewable energy resources.
OEDAS - Turkey
Smart charging / V2G
OEDAS, a Turkey-based DSO, is one of the partners of a project funded by the European Commission H2020. It calls for enabling flexibility for future distribution grid, especially, to demonstrate local energy storage and EVs (through V2G and V2B).
The Bovlabs solution was instrumental in achieving the following objectives:
Integration with bi-directional EV charging station
Integrating with demand-side management API
PROBONO - Europe
Living labs for building smart green neighborhoods
A European multidisciplinary consortium consisting of construction actors, public asset service managers, municipalities, technology solution providers and experts, Probono seeks to transform six European districts into Green Buildings and Neighbourhoods (GBNs).
Jaikrishnan R Pillai
Chief Executive Officer
A seasoned technocrat, JK has over 20 years of experience spanning retail, digital security, health and social welfare, along with renewable energy. He is passionate about digital technology with a keen interest in distributed computing using blockchain technology. JK began his career at IBM as a developer and, later, worked in cryptography, distributing computing, and integration hubs.A clean energy enthusiast, he embarked on a new challenge in 2017, establishing Bovlabs, with a vision to optimize electric vehicle (EV) charging and create sustainable energy communities.
Chief Technology Officer
Martin has extensive experience in building and delivering IT solutions within social care, insurance and the financial sector. With over 12 years experience in IT including technical leadership in Java-based environments, systems integration, distributed systems, high-volume data processing, he is a blockchain enthusiast specialising in smart contract security and distributed consensus algorithms. He has proven expertise in building and leading technical cross-functional teams on a global scale.
Chief Strategy Officer
Benoit Bailliart is investor and mentor of 4 impact startups, and has led the Urban Lab, part of thecamp. He graduated from La Sorbonne university and the NEOMA Business school in Rouen and, later, earned a certification in disruptive innovation management from Harvard Business School. Benoit served as Open Innovations Director at Accenture conducting several digital transformation programs in CAC40 groups. He is a member of 2050 investor club as well as 'Entrepreneurs pour la planete' Ambassador club.
Chief Of Staff
Fabien has strong expertise in project management, and has directed several big consortium projects within thecamp - a centre for positive impact innovation - for over 4 years. Before that, he worked with Accenture for 14 years supervising the deployment of several IT projects. He graduated in information and communication systems architecture from Paul Sabatier University and, later, in business management from HEC Paris.