Mar 5, 2018 - 06:57 pm

Green Motion launches its first DC charging station range


Swiss charging infrastructure provider Green Motion is approaching DC charging for the first time at its home show in Geneva. The new RangeXT line that ranges from 11 to 22kW power targets individuals as well as small firms.

For Green Motion this is the first DC charging line following its AC charging equipment and respected network EV Pass (evpass) that has 730 public stations throughout Switzerland, plus over 2,000 private stations installed at 500 companies. They aim to expand to 3,000 public charging stations in 2020.

The latest family of DC chargers called RangeXT 11/22 is made in Switzerland. Still, Green Motion claims that its pricing is “unprecedented” but fails to name a number, probably holding back some details for the official premiere in Geneva.

Technically, the RangeXT caters to all standards such as CCS or CHAdeMO and is also ready for V2G applications.

Throughout the Motor Show, visitors will be able to sign up to evpass at the Green Motion stand to get a free one-year subscription.


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