Chargers for electric buses in Poznań
Next city in Poland where electric buses will be charged is Poznań. On September 14th an agreement worth 12,086,260 PLN was signed in the seat of MPK Poznań. Chargers will be supplied by the Polish manufacturer of electric vehicle charging infrastructure Ekoenergetyka – Polska.
Details of the Ekoenergetyka-Polska and MPK Poznań agreement
Charging stations will be powered by electric buses in depots and at terminal stations. The contract covers two stages: design works and preparation of documentation by June 2019, construction works, delivery and installation of infrastructure by the end of August 2019. The order includes the delivery of 13 charging stations for a total capacity of over 2.2 MW and an additional charger with a capacity of 540 kW as an option. The project will include the following locations in Poznań:
- Sobieskiego bus station – 540 kW pantograph double charging station
- Garbary bus station – 270 kW pantograph single charging station
- bus depot on the Warszawska Street – ten stationary depot double charging stations 80 kW and three mobile depot charging stations 40 kW
As an option, MPK Poznań can order a 540 kW pantograph double charger. The right of option is valid until 31 December 2020.
This is another large contract that we recently signed (after Hamburg and PKN Orlen). We are very happy that our products will also support public transport in Poznań, improve the comfort of residents and travelers by reducing emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere. We are pleased with our next project in Poland because we are making a real contribution to the development of electromobility in our country. – assures Bartosz Kubik, President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska.