The Polish charging infrastructure provider Ekoenergetyka has received another order for electric bus charging infrastructure – this time from Radom. The Polish city is ordering two high-speed chargers for intermediate charging as well as a mobile depot charging facility.
Specifically, the city is having Solaris install two 300 kW high-speed chargers for electric buses and four 80 kW and two 40 kW charging stations in the depot. The fast chargers are Core Charger F devices, which enable charging via pantograph and cable.
Four Plug Charger FX mobile charging stations with two 40 kW charging points and two Plug Charger R mobile charging stations with one 40 kW charging point each will also be installed in the MPK depot. The chargers are easy to move between the buses and can, therefore, make their use much easier, says Ekoenergetyka.
Ekoenergetyka has also published an update on the order received last year from Warsaw for 65 depot chargers with a charging capacity of 60 kW each, as well as three pantograph chargers with 400 kW each: The first 15 depot chargers have now been delivered, the manufacturer writes.
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