Syzygy new software helping clients plan for EV charging infrastructure.

With over 370,000 plug-in vehicles registered to date, the UK EV market is developing rapidly and is only expected to rise as the UK pledged to ban new petrol and diesel car sales by 2032. Increasingly, local authorities and property owners are under pressure to deploy the adequate charging infrastructure to drive this ambitious target.

To keep ahead of the curve Syzygy have developed evlab, a unique data driven algorithm software that provides local authorities, property owners and Charge Point Operators on how many chargers to install and at what speeds, where to install them, and how to manage that provision going forward.

Unique data-driven algorithm

evlab uses more than 20m datapoints from various sources and combines it with real estate and agnostic technical knowledge.

Using a GIS-based layer approach, evlab software outlines areas where EV charging demand outstrips supply and therefore requiring the more infrastructure.

A detailed scoring system backed by market and socio-economic local indicators is used to forecast the current and future charging demand and determine appropriate connector speeds.

Key software outputs

• Local market performance and future outlook

• Portfolio analysis – prioritisation

• Quantity of chargers required today and in the future

• Recommended charger speed

• Futureproofing recommendations

Our data sources

• DVLA EV Registration data

• Live charging points site data

• Census

• Charging Point usage data

• Off-street parking data

• Traffic statistics

• GIS Land use data

Who is it for?

• Real estate asset managers

• Local authorities

• Occupiers / Tenants

More than 250 sites / areas analysed

40 different clients, among which Schroders, Nuveen Real Estate and RPMI Railpen

Lead to 40 actual EV charging projects so far