Alpitronic’s hyperchargers pass Plug&Charge audit
Alpitronic’s HYC150 (150 kW) and HYC300 (300 kW) Hyperchargers have successfully passed Hubject’s audit for Plug&Charge and are now fully certified. This means that more than 10,000 already installed Hyperchargers can be retrofitted by the end of 2022.
Daimler Truck completes demonstration charging park
Daimler Truck has completed the construction of a demonstration truck charging park at its site in Wörth am Rhein, Germany, which was launched in February. Near the industry information centre, customers will soon be able to test charging columns and concepts from various manufacturers and, with the help of experts on site, develop customised charging […]
Alpitronic reveals fast charger with 400 kW
The Italian charging station manufacturer Alpitronic has revealed a sneak-peek at its Hypercharger fast-charging station. The new High Power Charger HYC400 will be eligible for use in Germany’s planned ‘Deutschlandnetz’ (German network).
Alpitronic enlists Diebold Nixdorf for Managed Services
To ensure the availability of its charging stations, Italian manufacturer Alpitronic has agreed on a long-term service partnership with Diebold Nixdorf. The US American technology group will provide Managed Services for Alpitronic’s flagship product, the hypercharger.
EnBW opens mega charging park in Germany
In Germany, the energy giant EnBW has now officially opened one of the largest fast-charging sites in Europe at Kamener Kreuz. This is where up to 52 electric cars can charge simultaneously and with up to 300 kilowatts of peak power.
Alpitronic reveals new 50-kW DC charger
The Italian charging infrastructure manufacturer Alpitronic based in South Tyrol has introduced a new DC charging solution called HYC50. The company says that this is the first wall-mountable 50 kW charger on the market.
Aldi to build 1,500 charging stations in Germany
Supermarket chain Aldi Süd has announced the construction of a further 1,500 charging stations in the parking lots of its stores. This would mean that more than 75 per cent of the discounter’s stores would have at least one charging point.