Linga Network

Electricity Management

Prior to the installation of our chargers at each site, a high-level review of the site will be completed and timed loads, such as air conditioners, pool pumps or other such machinery, will be moved to times when the grid is at the lowest demand.

Other factors will also be assessed, so that separate offers can then be provided to a site host.

Items to be reviewed include but are not limited to:

  • Annual Consumption and Peak Demand – Enabling calculation of ROI and definition of the Dynamic Load Management setpoint;
  • Existing Electrical infrastructure reticulation – confirm feasibility of energy management systems;
  • Battery Storage – For mitigation of grid stress and disconnection of EV Chargers with facilitating access to Retailer Energy Productivity Scheme (REPS);
  • Solar photovoltaic (PV) – For mitigation of grid stress and disconnection of EV Chargers with facilitating access to REPS;
  • Mechanical plant operation;
  • LED lighting; and
  • Power quality.

All of our sites are incorporated into our software and electrical installation partners Dynamic Load Management System (DLMS).

This DLMS can monitor two reference points:

  • The current site load; and
  • The current grid, state or area load.

The system can also limit the output of each charging station using:

  • Static load management, using schedules such as peak/off-peak; and
  • Dynamic load management, where a budget (amps value) is sent to the charging station in response to an external signal, or the system itself determines the optimal budget based on site limitations and other consumption. The algorithm then allocates and distributes power to all charging stations to optimise load balancing and electric vehicle charge requirements.

DLMS can integrate with 3rd party systems such as Building Management Systems via API, including the ability to receive a signal (budget) for EV charging. Our software understands that this is a fluctuating market dynamic and is working on new APIs to support the EV sector. Our software will ensure that the API integrations are relevant at the time of deployment to meet the current requirements of the energy market and grid provider at any given time.


Linga Networks infrastructure is designed to ensure value for money and scalability.
This will facilitate future development of the destination sites, based on future demand.
Key scalable components to future proof sites include but are not limited to:

  • EV DB will facilitate up to Twenty (20) 7kW charging ports.
  • Submains can be duplicated to accommodate additional EV Charger loads.
  • Demand management system updated for additional EV Charger loads.
  • DC Chargers can be easily reconfigured to provide a higher kW output or be refreshed with newer hardware.
  • AC Chargers can be reconfigured from 7kW to provide 22kW at each port.