Energy management for EV charging

Whether you want to lower costs, scale up, or stay future-proof, FLO’s patented energy management technologies make owning our EV chargers a smart choice.

Energy Management

FLO EV chargers have been designed to intelligently manage available power efficiently and affordably.

Reduce installation costs

PowerSharingTM allows you to install multiple CoRe+TM and CoRe+ MAXTM charging stations on the same breaker by dividing the available load between those vehicles actively charging. For sites with larger electrical capacity, PowerSharingTM is also possible at the electrical panel. This means less wiring and fewer conduits and breakers required.

Allocate energy more efficiently

PowerSharingTMdynamically distributes available power based on how many vehicles are charging and the charge state of the battery.

As each vehicle finishes its charging cycle, the PowerSharingTM algorithm reallocates the energy to the remaining vehicles that are still charging1* PowerSharing is available for CoRe+TM and CoRe+ MAXTM charging stations.


Futureproof expansion

PowerSharingTM using your existing electrical circuit or panel lets you avoid potential costly electrical upgrades by making the most of your existing infrastructure.


PowerLimitingTM automatically manages the inevitable spike in energy demands during peak times.

Save on demand charges

By limiting the total output of your group of charging stations, you can limit the impact of utility demand charges and reduce operational costs.

Manage peak power output

Configure PowerLimitingTM energy management by setting a fixed limit, a scheduled time for limits, or dynamic limits.

Make the most of available power

FLO’s patented PowerSharingTM technology enables multiple charging stations to share available power. Sites that feature multiple charging stations can be configured for PowerSharingTM at the circuit breaker level. That’s a real convenience when a dedicated circuit isn’t available for each charging station.

FLO Power Management Technology
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