Ekoenergetyka-Polska proved once more that it is the technological leader. The Polish company offered a unique possibility of co-operation between a charging station and two parallelly operating CSMS OCPP systems. The solution was implemented for one of the largest public transport companies in Germany – VHH.
Innovation and reliability
Ekoenergetyka-Polska is realising a mega-contract for Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Holstein. The contract involves the delivery of charging stations of the total capacity of 4.8 MW: 4 megachargers of a capacity of 1.2 kW each and 32 satellites, together with a data monitoring system. The chargers are managed by a system provided by Stromnetz Hamburg. Cutting-edge charging stations made by Ekoenergetyka enable to connect them to a parallelly operating CSMS OCPP system. This is a unique solution on a global scale. The implementation has already been tested and the test results have confirmed that it meets international standards and is reliable.
As an experienced technological company, we realise the most demanding and complex projects, setting the trends in the development of electromobility. The breakthrough implementation for VHH Hamburg confirms the unique competences of our company. It is also a proof that our products offer great flexibility in the configuration and development of the charging infrastructure, which means benefits for both operators and public transport users, Maciej Wojeński, Vice-President of the Board of Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. pointed out.
Preparing vehicles for various weather conditions
Ekoenergetyka – Polska, together with the VHH and the Stromnetz Company, launched the VAS – VDV261 protocol. Zielona Góra – based Polish company is one of few global infrastructure manufacturers who managed to implement it successfully. The innovative solution optimizes and improves fleet management. It offers the possibility to prepare the vehicles, i.e. to heat them or cool them, before leaving the depot. The departure time is synchronised with the timetable within the Stromnetz management system.
Ekoenergetyka knows how
For the VHH, Ekoenergetyka integrated the charging stations with a central management system that has the capacity to direct the full power to one specific outlet, even if two buses are being charged at the same time. This stops the charging process on the second outlet. The process may be resumed at any time without the need to disconnect the bus and then reconnect it. The whole system is controlled by an algorithm in the Stromnetz system.
Not just Hamburg
VHH Hamburg is not the only German customer of the electromobility leader from Zielona Góra. Ekoenergetyka has won the trust of several leading operators, including the largest public transport company in the region – BVG Berlin. Ekoenergetyka designed, produced and delivered 89 charging stations of a total capacity as high as 13350 kW. Another customer is the MVG in Munich, for which Polish company manufactures 56 charging stations of the capacity of 150 kW each. In Aachen, 17 such chargers are already in place, and 10 more will be launched in the middle of this year.