|Village Name||EVerest BaseCamp - EV charging Hacking|
|TODO: Generated MCH Design (experiment here)|
|Part of Cluster|
|Description||Hacking car charging and green grid integration|
|Preferred Location||52° 16' 56.35" N, 5° 31' 27.30" E|
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|Related to village||Village:DataPoint juFORUM|
|Interests||ev, electric vehicles, charging, car, grid, electric grid, renewable energies, green energy, iso 15118, ocpp, mqtt, eebus, sunspec, modbus, plc|
|Registered on||25 April 2022 11:43:37|
|Hosts self-organized sessions||Yes|
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TL;DR We want to have fun with electric cars and their charging ports:
- How to charge them in a smart way
- how to mitigate all the weird protocol issues of different cars?
- how to integrate charging with smart grid and local PV?
- any chance to connect it to my home automation?
We are part of the EVerest / Linux Foundation Energy Community. The goal of EVerest is to develop and maintain an open-source software stack for EV charging infrastructure. Here  you can find a technical introduction (in German) to EVerest. We will bring 4 different EVs (Hyundai IONIQ 5, ŠKODA ENYAQ iV, Mercedes EQC 400 4MATIC, Tesla Model S ) directly into the campground to have some fun with their interfaces... Please let us know if you or your company have an interesting EV that we could use!
- We will have a talk
2022-07-23, 22:40–23:10 on the abacus 🧮 stage ==> How to charge your car the open source way with EVerest