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ZPUE S.A. and Ekoenergetyka Polska Sp.z o.o. have signed a letter of intention, as part of which the companies have expressed their willingness to work together in the field of comprehensive charging infrastructure deployment. The companies plan to work together on the Polish market as well as selected international markets focusing on charging infrastructure for electric buses. With their joint competences - Ekoenergetyka's in charging systems and ZPUE's in deployment of transformers the companies will offer public transport operators a complete servicing of charging infrastructure projects.
Ekoenergetyka-Polska signs a contract for a delivery of e-bus opportunity chargers with the city of Lulea, Sweden. The devices are part of city’s bus fleet electrification and will charge electric buses from Finish Linkker Bus.
In a couple of days Ekoenergetyka-Polska will join thousands of companies exhibiting at the biggest industrial fair in the world, Hannover Messe. The company will be present at its own booth in the e-mobility dedicated section of Hall 27 as well as at the Polish National booth in the Hall 3. At both stands Ekoenergetyka will showcase a selection of its high power e-bus and EV chargers: modular, scalable and quipped with dynamic power management.
Tender for electric bus opportunity chargers for MPK Kraków - the city’s public transport operator - is part of the process to change the bus fleet in the city for one that is more eco-friendly and modern. Five pantograph charging stations at the end of bus lines produced by Energotronic-Polska, company that belongs to Ekoenergetyka-Polska Group, will be delivered in 2017.
quickPOINT Column Charger manufactured by Ekoenergetyka-Polska and installed in Warsaw, was designed especially to respond to the requests of cities that want e-bus charging infrastructure to suit their urban architecture. 200kW device with a footprint of only 1,3 m x 0.8m reduces space needed for high power e-bus charging at the end of the bus line and blends with the bus colours, providing visual identification for electric bus charging.
quickPOINT City Charger, capable of charging an electric bus with a power of 300kW started its operation at a bus terminus Pyynikintori in Tampere, Finland. The device, equipped with a pantograph, enables quick and automatic charging of e-buses during their 4-minutes stops at the end of their route.
Three universities and 7 companies - among them Ekoenergetyka-Polksa - signed a letter of intention in Kraków on 28.11.2016, commiting themselves to the creation of a cluster “Polish Electric Bus - supply chain for electric mobility”.
cityCHARGER inaugurated in Barcelona on Wednesday, is the first high power e-bus device deployed in Spain. The 400kW opportunity charger is meant for charging at the end of the bus line and enables quick top-ups of the vehicle during its short stops. Thanks to regular, 5-8min high power top-ups during the day, the battery of the bus never drops below 40% of its capacity and the bus disposes of a limitless range.
The 80kW device quickPoint DEPOT CHARGER made especially for the competition by Ekoenergetyka charged new Urbino 12 Electric in Brussels from 30th May to 3rd June, while the bus was judged by the 20-persons jury. For the first time in history of the competition the title was given to an electric bus, and for the first time the “Bus of the Year” was made by a Polish manufacturer.
Brussels, 30 May 2016. As of today, a temporary high power charger from for electric buses from Ekoenergetyka has been deployed in Brussels. 80kW new generation charger quickPoint DEPOT CHARGER by Polish manufacturer will charge new Urbino electric bus by Solaris Bus & Coach, which was nominated as one of five vehicles to compete for the Bus of The Year title.