Fully charge electric vehicles in minutes
Ultra-fast charging – even on power limited grids
Integrating a battery storage unit into the existing charging infrastructure allows your electric vehicle to be fully charged in just a few minutes – even in a power-limited distribution grid, with no expensive grid expansion required.
Grid integration of e-mobility
A high charging power is required when aiming to fully charge an electric vehicle within minutes (high input = high output). The required power can be provided where the grid has been expanded. A lengthy and costly grid expansion is required if this kind of grid infrastructure is not available. A battery storage system makes it possible to guarantee high charging power (e.g. 300 kW) without having to expand the grid despite low input from the low-voltage grid (e.g. 60 kW).
Battery-buffered HPC charging
Slow charging and very fast discharging – this is storage-supported fast charging technology. The battery storage system charges slowly using the available low grid power and stores the energy. Then, when an electric vehicle needs to be charged, the available grid power and the power from the energy storage system are used simultaneously to achieve the maximum charging power needed to fully charge the electric vehicle in a few minutes.