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For the tests of the electric vehicle to be used by municipal services, Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. provided a double-output DC charger with the power of 2 x 40 kW, which performed over 60 full charging cycles without failure. This allowed to test the functionality of the vehicle in selected municipal service companies.

“This type of testing of the new application of heavy-duty electric vehicles by future target users allows us to prepare well for the electrification of the fleet used for a wide range of tasks, including the provision of municipal services. I am aware that if electric trucks are to be widely introduced, the most important task is to take care of appropriate infrastructure, which will enable good planning of the charging cycles of the vehicles”. – explains Maciej Wojeński, Vice President of the Management Board of Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. 

Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. has gained its experience on the market of electric buses, which transport passengers in cities every day. In the case of trucks operating on scheduled routes – as was the case during the test of Renault’s electric waste collection vehicle – efficient infrastructure, appropriately planned charging points and charging time allowed for trouble-free operation of the vehicle.

When planning the gradual introduction of electric trucks, it is worth to consider the functioning of the charging infrastructure, taking into account both charging power and failure-free operation. Any potential failure of the system could prevent the implementation of the tasks for which the vehicles are intended.

“The charging station provided by Ekoenergetyka for the tests was installed in various locations. Remote monitoring of the functioning of the device showed that the charging system worked without any problems. Each charging cycle allowed for the full use of the device power, which in turn made it possible to test the performance of the electric vehicle in the daily functioning of municipal service companies. During the tests, the team monitoring the functioning of the device did not register any fault in the charging system; the device provided the expected power of 40 kW, during each cycle”. – adds Maciej Wojeński, Vice-President of the Management Board of Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We are excited to announce that Ekoenergetyka become 15th member, further spreading Charge Up europe geographic coverage across the EU, and highlighting the upward trend of the emobility momentum in Central and Eastern Europe.

Based on the experience and successes in implementing and managing the charging infrastructure on the bus market throughout Europe, Ekoenergetyka has dynamically developed a rich portfolio of products and solutions in the passenger car segment. It includes innovative stations with a power of up to 350 kW and charging hubs with a power of up to 2,200 kW.
Since its launch last year, ChargeUp Europe has now grown to 15 full industry members, two knowledge partners, and two ecosystem partners, all working together to accelerate the rollout of EV charging infrastructure and enable seamless charging for drivers across the EU.

Commenting on the announcement, Maciej Wojenski, Co-Founder and Vise-President said:

“We are very excited to join ChargeUp Europe, becoming a member is an important step towards achieving our goal of co-creating a Pan-European open eco-system of charging infrastructure and ensuring a seamless customer experience across borders and use-cases. We strongly believe that by only coming together the industry as a whole has a chance to succeed in achieving EU CO2 ambitions. We look forward to working closely with other members and advancing the e-mobility industry together.”

About ChargeUp Europe

ChargeUp Europe is the industry association for the electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure sector. Our association works to accelerate the switch to zero emission mobility and ensure that EV drivers can enjoy a seamless charging experience with access to high quality, readily available charging infrastructure across Europe. As of today, our 15 member companies are active in all 27 EU Member States, the UK and EFTA, with over 300,000 charging points in the EU.
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“Thanks to a successful cooperation with Has-To-Be we are now proud to announce that our charging stations have passed an integration testing and successfully completed the requirements (Protocol OCPP 1.6) to be certified with the back-end system be.Energized. We strongly believe in interoperability and it’s crucial importance for the advancement of e-mobility industry. The completion of this certification process is another proof of quality, reliability and maturity of our products and software implementations. It is not enough to just support open protocols and standards, it is necessary to keep testing, perfecting and moving forward in implementing software solutions based on OCPP and others like ISO15118/DIN70121, CHAdeMO protocols to ensure a seamless end-user experience and create a truly open charging infrastructure ecosystem across the World.” – says Michal Malecki, Head of Software R&D at Ekoenergetyka-Polska.


Ekoenergetyka Intro:
Ekoenergetyka is a Polish technological company from Zielona Góra is present in over 130 cities in 18 countries around the world. The company, founded over founded 12 years ago by two university friends, Bartosz Kubik and Maciej Wojeński, is today the second SME company in the country employing over 400 people. It is the largest manufacturer of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in Poland with a 90% market share. It specializes in the production of charging stations for electric vehicles from passenger to heavy duty. It is one of the leaders among manufacturers of high-power charging infrastructure in Europe with a market share of 30%.

So far, Ekoenergetyka has launched over 1,400 high-power charging systems, and 5,000 charging cycles are carried out in this network every day. The company also provides global implementation and maintenance services, as well as monitoring and remote management of the charging infrastructure from its own Service Support Center.
Based on the experience and successes in implementing and managing the charging infrastructure on the bus market throughout Europe, Ekoenergetyka has dynamically developed a rich portfolio of products and solutions in the passenger car segment. It includes innovative stations with a power of up to 350 kW and charging hubs with a power of up to 2,200 kW.


Founded in 2013, has·to·be has become one of eMobility’s leading providers of software that performs the tasks required to manage charging stations. Combined with its comprehensive eMobility services for ongoing operations, has·to·be acts as a complete solution provider for B2B customers who wants to be successful in the field of eMobility. Headquartered in Austria, has·to·be is active in all 27 EU Member with over 25,000 directly connected charging points managed via be.ENERGISED and a roaming network with more than 175.000 charging points publicly accessible to their MSP customers.

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