GreenWay Polska has signed an agreement with Gdańsk Transport Company to place ultra-fast charging stations with up to 350 kW along the A1 highway in Poland. The charge stops will become part of the GreenWay network starting in early 2019.
GreenWay’s ultrafast charging technology can provide up to 350 kW of power at once and charge up to six vehicles simultaneously. The high energy flow is controlled by an energy management system and the internal capacity of each vehicle, says the company.
Rafał Czyżewski, CEO of GreenWay Polska says “We already have several fast charging stations on the A1, and these will be complemented by the ultra-fast stations. We plan them mainly at intersections with other motorways, and on the A1 between the Tri-City and Łódź, on both Malankowo Rest Areas managed by Gdańsk Transport Company.”
The first stations of this type will appear in the GreenWay network in 2019. By 2020, GreenWay Polska plans to install a total of 200 charging stations, including 10 ultrafast and 135 fast chargers for electric cars.
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