ADS-TEC combines charging posts with energy storage
ADS-TEC Energy is expanding its own range with the ChargePost product. This combines two charging columns with charging electronics and battery storage in an “all-in-one” system.Weiterlesen
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ADS-TEC Energy scores significant order in the US
ADS-TEC Energy has received its largest single order to date in the US for its battery-boosted fast-charging solution. Infrastructure investor Smart City Capital plans to deploy more than 200 ChargeBox charging stations in the state of Florida.Weiterlesen
ADS-TEC Energy claims major deal for ultra-rapid chargers in Spain
ADS-TEC Energy, a German provider of battery-boosted ultra-rapid charging technology, today announced a deal with “one of Europe’s largest energy suppliers” to install ADS-TEC’s charging stations ready to operate in Spain before the year’s end.Weiterlesen
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ADS-TEC scores US deal over up to 200 ultra-rapid chargers
ADS-TEC Energy, a German provider of battery-based fast charging technology, will supply 20 ultra-fast charging units to Smart City Capital (SCC) in the USA. The order volume could grow significantly, with a letter of intent signed for an additional 180 charging stations in 2022.Weiterlesen
Wenea & ADS-TEC boost charge points in Spain
The Spanish charging infrastructure provider Wenea and the German battery specialist ADS-TEC Energy have reached an agreement to increase the output of eleven Wenea charging stations in Spain with battery systems from ADS-TEC. More are in the planning stage.Weiterlesen
ADS-TEC Energy team up with Polar Structure
ADS-TEC Energy, a German provider of battery-based fast charging technology has announced a joint venture with Swedish company Polar Structure. Polar will become the preferred strategic distribution partner for ADS-TEC Energy’s technology platforms in Northern Europe.Weiterlesen
ADS-TEC to hit the US stock exchange via SPAC merger
ADS-TEC Energy, a provider of battery buffered fast-charging technology, has announced that it is going public on the US stock exchange. For this purpose, the company from Nürtingen near Stuttgart will merge with the SPAC company European Sustainable Growth Acquisition Corp (EUSG), which is already listed there.Weiterlesen
High power charging trucks prove reliable, Porsche finds
Porsche is using a mobile charging system in the form of a truck trailer that allows ultra-rapid charging at Taycan presentations across the world. Made by battery storage specialist ADS-TEC Energy, the system delivers up to 320 kWh in any weather, real-life use shows.Weiterlesen
ADS-TEC is making 3.2 MW mobile charging trailers
Battery storage specialist ADS-TEC Energy has just presented the Mobile High Power Charger, which it claims is the world’s most powerful mobile rapid charging system in the form of a truck trailer. Ten electric vehicles can simultaneously charge up to 320 kW each at the HPC charging truck.Weiterlesen
Power electronics for making charging points
In various trade fair discussions last year, electrive.com was told that the manufacturers of charging stations were struggling with the purchase of power electronics. Is there really such a shortage? And what are the causes? Michael Nallinger has been listening in around the industry.Weiterlesen
Innogy, ADS-TEC, Siemens, SPIE, California, Karnataka.
Record funding: RWE subsidiary Innogy’s plan to erect 1,245 charging stations with two charge points each has been granted approval and funding by the Ministry of Transport. It is the biggest Yes to date, worth 3.1m euros and will stretch across four federal states. As part of the RWE utility, Innogy SE is one of Germany’s leading infrastructure providers with 4,600 charge points in 635 cities and municipalities.
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350 kW charging: ADS-TEC together with Porsche is working on the extra fast-charging system High Power Charger (HPC) for the limited-power distribution grid. The system is due to come onto the market by 2018 and shall provide 350 kW charging even in decentralised structures. At the EVS30 in Stuttgart this October, the system will be on display.
Siemens is getting ahead in fast-charging too and has found a new partner in charge in SPIE, a service provider. Together they want to offer complete packages that include consultation, installation and operation of DC chargers. Siemens launched a 50 kW Compact Power Charger in Frankfurt.
16m for seven H2 stations: The California Energy Commission awarded a grant of 16m dollars to Shell subsidiary Equilon Enterprises for the introduction of seven hydrogen refueling stations in Northern California. They shall be built in collaboration with Honda and Toyota.
EV manufacturing zones: Indian state Karnataka approved the ‘Electric Vehicle and Energy Storage Policy 2017’, looking to set up new EV manufacturing zones. It also includes charging stations at airports, railway stations, metro stations and encourages start-ups to develop business models.