Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. will supply three 400 kW pantograph fast-charging stations to be installed in three locations in Szczecin, as agreed in the investment agreement signed today. The agreement also provides for the delivery of 3 transformer stations and a system for remote measurement of the operating parameters of the charging stations, as well as for the construction of road infrastructure at electric bus charging points.
I am glad that Szczecin will receive additional stations to its charging infrastructure for electric buses. The agreement signed today is a second project of this kind implemented in Szczecin by Ekoenergetyka. The development of electromobility in Polish cities is particularly important for us. We specialize in the production, installation and servicing of electric bus charging systems. We supply our products to clients all over the world. Our solutions are used in 130 cities in 18 countries. Every day, all our charging stations successfully complete thousands of charging cycles, which allows our customers to gradually replace their ICE fleet to zero-emission electric vehicles – says Maciej Wojeński, Vice President of Ekoenergetyka Polska S.A.
Szczecińskie Przedsiębiorstwo Autobusowe “Klonowica”, which is one of the city’s bus transport companies, ordered in February this year 6 charging stations from Ekoenergetyka, which are installed on the premises of the bus depot at Klonowica street. As set out in the provisions of the agreement, the depot will ultimately have six, double-output stations with a capacity of 120 kW each. After their commissioning, each station will be able to charge two buses with 60 kW or one bus by 120 kW. The agreement signed today provides for the delivery of 3 more charging stations which, according to the schedule, will be commissioned later this year.
For the city of Szczecin, the recent months have been the time of investments in modern public transport. Later this year we are planning put 8 electric SOLARIS buses into service. Another 6 electric vehicles will be delivered next year. In order to operate, the buses need an appropriate infrastructure, which is provided by Ekoenergetyka Polska S.A. Soon, by launching regular public transport based on electric buses we will make a major step towards improving air quality and, consequently, the quality of life of all residents of Szczecin – says Radosław Tumielewicz, President of the Management Board of Szczecińskie Inwestycje Miejskie Sp. z o.o.
All buses that will be delivered to the city of Szczecin are adapted to be charged with fast-charging stations, both through a plug-in connector and a pantograph.