OCPP EV Charging Solutions

Dynamic Load Balancing

With the rapid growth of electric vehicles and EV charging equipment, the power grid will face great challenges. In order to meet the demand for charging and protect the safe operation of the power grid, Iocharger provides Dynamic Load Management solutions for both residential and commercial, dynamically balancing the power distribution to the charging stations via software or smart OCPP gateway.


Iocharger offers three levels of residential load management, allowing users to dynamically balance their available electricity sources, including the grid, solar energy, and battery storage system. It ensures that the electrical circuit never be overloaded, enables all equipment to operate smoothly and optimize power consumption for economical benefits. This solution not only protects the local electricity grid but also provides an effective EV charging solution for users.


With Iocharger DLB(Dynamic Load Balancing)  management system, you can dynamically allocate available power and balance it between the EV chargers on your site, achieving the most efficient charging. With prioritized load balancing, you can provide regular customers with priority access and increase power limits to offer EV charging infrastructure to a wider customer base. All this can be achieved without the need for expensive hardware or grid upgrades while ensuring the protection of the local electricity network.

Dynamic Load Management (DLM) FAQs

In the context of EV charging, dynamic load management (DLM) refers to the optimization of charging loads within a property, ensuring efficient utilization of available power among EV chargers and other on-site appliances while safeguarding the local grid network from overload. The key objective is to achieve this optimization without the need for costly construction work or infrastructure upgrades.

Dynamic load balancing is vital for efficient and reliable EV charging. It optimizes resource utilization, ensures grid stability, enables faster charging, supports scalability, and effectively manages costs. By efficiently distributing power among chargers, it prevents overloading, maximizes capacity, and enhances the overall user experience.

  • Protect local grid network from overloading when multiple chargers are being used
  • Ensure the most efficient use of the power available between EV Chargers and other appliances on-site
  • Save you from the costs of any grid upgrades
  • Provide real-time data on your energy usage, solar production, or even battery capacity
  • Manage different charging modes like full speed, solar assist and solar only
  • Eco-friendly with pubic grid, solar system and battery system

EV charging load balancing can be categorized as static or dynamic.

Static load balancing is predetermined based on factors such as time of day or pricing, without real-time adjustments.

Dynamic load balancing changes in real-time using complex algorithms, adjusting energy consumption and prioritizing areas with high demand.