Dutch EVBox Group adds to its range of charging equipment as it reveals the EVBox Troniq Modular. The DC fast-charging station is designed to “grow with the customer’s business” through upgradeable power modules.
These modules allow having a power output of up to 240 kW, with each module delivering 30 kW, meaning clients may add up to eight. The set-up allows companies to adapt the charging station as their operations require it, according to EVBox.
The DC charging station can further charge multiple vehicles at the same time, resulting in reduced waiting times at charging locations, the Group suggests. Online, it specifies 20 minutes of charging would add a range of 167 km with a 150 kW set-up.
EVBox also points to a multi-language touchscreen and ergonomic auto-retractable cables. The EVBox Troniq Modular further allows for branding and can connect to any OCPP-compliant backend so it can be integrated into existing businesses. The company says it built the new fast-charging station for businesses looking to invest in EV charging infrastructure that maximizes their revenue streams and grows with their operations, such as Charging Service Providers (CSPs) and the fuel retail industry. EVBox through the subsidiary Everon had launched a charging management platform and Business Portal only in February to give fleet and site managers more control over the performance of their charging infrastructure.
For EVBox Group, the launch also marks the turn of a new chapter as the company is set to go public on the New York Stock Exchange via a business combination with TPG Pace Beneficial Finance (NYSE:TPGY). They had announced the move last December and appear on schedule.
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