Polish EVSE maker to test new heavy-duty EV chargers at charging hubs

Charging station manufacturer Ekoenergetyka is working on a series of charging stations with capacities ranging from 750 to 1,500 kW. The company plans to launch the new “ultrachargers” at test charging hubs for passenger and heavy-duty EVs in Germany and Poland.

According to the company, one of its new 750 kW chargers could add 400 km of range to a light-duty passenger EV in only 4 minutes. For a heavy-duty vehicle, charging time could be as little as half an hour—just as long as the mandatory break for commercial drivers.

Ekoenergetyka and its partners will implement 22 of its new charging stations in Germany and Poland by the end of 2023. The charging hubs will be located in the vicinity of expressways, near several urban agglomerations, with the aim of serving utility and municipal vehicles, among others.

Ekoenergetyka’s portfolio of products includes bus chargers with capacities up to 600 kW, and passenger EV charging stations with up to 350 kW of juice. The company has delivered over 1,200 charging stations in some 130 cities in 18 countries. It also provides global implementation, maintenance, monitoring and remote management services.

Source: Ekoenergetyka-Polska

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