Set up price agreements between the charge point owners and your connected MaaS Providers. Agree upon different pricing models and commissions: per charge point, per owner, or per MaaS provider.
Let MaaS providers define their own go-to-market strategy. Determine the price setting between you and your charge point owners. Generate revenue by applying a commission (percentage and/or fixed fee) to the MaaS providers.
Start by determining a recommended end-price for your EV drivers. Give a commission, based on the end-price, to the MaaS provider that defines the actual remuneration for EV charging sessions. Apply a commission for your own services on top of that.
It basically comes down to this:
The revenue stream for the owner = the total sum of the commissions – the recommended end-price.
Calculate prices by taking into account a broad range of parameters. Thanks to the newly implemented OCPI-protocol you will be able to vary the price depending on:
1. the amount of charged electricity
2. the charging time
3. the time of the day
Optimile can meet your EV charging business needs and provide a smooth charging experience to all drivers. Ready to go electric? Let’s roll!
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