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Nomination of Ekoenergetyka-Polska in the SME Leader category

At the evening gala during the 3rd edition of the Congress 590 in Rzeszów, the Economic Awards of the President of the Republic of Poland were awarded.  Ekoenergetyka-Polska was the finalist in the category of the SME Leader! Congress 590 is an important economic event, a meeting and discussion place for representatives of business, science and politics.

The nomination for the award is a great honor for us. It is important to us that our efforts for quiet cities and clean air through electrification of public transport have been appreciated. This is the best proof that our actions are heading in the right direction
 – commented Bartosz Kubik, President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska.

Ekoenergetyka-Polska and the National Centre for Research and Development

Cooperation of the Zielona Góra-based company with the polish National Centre for Research and Developement enabled the participation in the competition – NCR&D notified Ekoenergetyka-Polska. Currently there are two projects run by Ekoenergtyka and supported by NCBiR: “DC powered electric buses charging station” and “Autonomous charging system for electric buses”. Both projects are co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund under the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014-2020. The first effects of the conducted R&D works are visible. In Kraków works a 160kW pantograph charging station powered from the overhead contact line.

From the very beginning, our company focuses on the implementation of R&D works, so that each product is a unique project tailored to meet the expectations and needs of our customers. We are glad that our cooperation with the National Centre for Research and Development brings real results in the form of new solutions and nominations for the President of the Republic of Poland’s Economic Award – adds Maciej Wojeński, Vice-President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska.

This year alone, Ekoenergetyka delivered nearly 80 charging stations to such markets as Germany, Sweden, Norway, Spain, Turkey and Poland and signed contracts for the supply of stations for Hamburg, Poznań and PKN Orlen. These orders are the best example for the promotion of the Polish economy on global markets.

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Charging stations from Ekoenergetyka-Polska in the northern frontiers

On October 13. the most northern charging station for electric buses from Ekoenergetyka-Poland was launched! From Saturday the charger from the polish manufacturer of charging infrastructure officially powers electric buses line number 6 in Luleå!

Opening ceremony of an electric bus line

In Sweden’s town of Luleå, close to the Arctic Circle, there was an opening ceremony of the first electric bus line. The ceremony was honored by the presence of CEO of Luleå  Urban Transport Ltd., CEO of Luleå  Energy, local authorities, as well as representatives of Linkker (electric buses supplier) and Ekoenergetyka-Poland. The opening was held at one of the stations – Porsö Sundet. The charging procedure was presented, followed by the inaugural ride with live music.

Customized hardy charging infrastructure

Ekoenergetyka-Poland has delivered to Luleå four charging stations for electric buses – two 400 kW each, 20 kW and 40 kW. 400 kW-chargers are designed to high power quick charge on bus terminus. Moreover, their construction is adapted to harsh weather conditions – stations are resistant to very low temperatures and heavy snow.

 

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Research and Development Centre

Thanks to two subsidies from the Ministry of Infrastructure, since June 2018 Ekoenergetyka-Polska has been building a new Research and Development Centre for new technologies in electric transport. On 19 September 2018, the ceremony of laying the foundation act for the construction of the new facility took place.

In the Research and Development Centre we will improve the available products, as well as develop completely new information technologies and systems for public transport. – said Maciej Wojeński, Vice President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska.

New jobs

Due to the dynamic development of the company plans to increase employment and needs qualified staff. The company is looking for highly specialized professionals and engineers: electricians, electricians designers, electronic engineers, as well as embeded programmers.

Currently, more than 20 recruitment processes are underway. This year our employment has increased by over 100% and this is not the end of the expansion of the Polish manufacturer of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Job offers can be found on the website www.ekoenergetyka.com.pl in the job tab and our social profiles.

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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 – 10 stationary depot double charging stations 80 kW (link) 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.




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High-speed EV chargers in Orlen stations

PKN ORLEN completed the tender procedure for suppliers of charging stations for electric cars. Fast charging of EVs will be possible in 150 locations located both in cities and along transit routes throughout Poland. In the first stage of the pilot project, by the end of 2019, approximately 50 points will be launched.

Ekoenergetyka-Polska as infrastructure provider

The completed tender included the selection of suppliers of 50, 100 and 150 kW chargers that allow fast charging of electric vehicles. One of the three producers of charging infrastructure selected in the tender is Ekoenergetyka-Polska. The task of the selected companies is to prepare a project, provide the stations with their installation and service. PKN ORLEN charging points will serve all types of electric cars offered on the European market and will be equipped with three charging plugs – CHAdeMO and CCS (with direct current) and a Type 2 (with alternating current) connector.

As part of the pilot programme, the first charging station for electric cars is already operating in Płock near PKN Orlen, where drivers can benefit from free charging of their vehicles. The 50 kW charging station is designed for both electric (EV) and hybrid (PHEV) vehicles and offers the possibility of charging 4 vehicles at the same time. The power for each of the stations is dynamically allocated by the station’s controller during charging, thanks to which it will be possible to significantly shorten its time.

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Ekoenergetyka-Polska – Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Holstein GmbH

Ekoenergetyka-Polska, the Polish manufacturer of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles, has won a tender for the delivery of charging stations for electric buses to Hamburg, Germany. Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Holstein GmbH (VHH) is the second largest public transport operator in northern Germany. The operator has adopted a very ambitious plan, which assumes the replacement of all buses with electric buses by 2030. One of the key stages of electrification of transport is the provision of fast charging stations with a total capacity of more than 7 MW.

Framework contract for the delivery of charging infrastructure

Ekoenergetyka and VHH signed an eight-year framework agreement on 17 August. As part of the first delivery, chargers with a capacity of 1.2 MW will be designed and implemented. The block will be divided into four modules of 300 kW each, which will transmit energy to up to 16 buses via charging points called “Wallbox” equipped with plug-in connectors. Vehicles will be charged using a CCS-compliant Combo-2 connector. Each “Wallbox” will be equipped with two plugs of this type. The infrastructure for VHH will be equipped with an intelligent management system that allows the charging of electric buses with adjustable charging power. Ekoenergetyka-Polska is to supply Hamburg with the first 1.2 MW unit in January 2019, the next two in the middle of the year, and the next two in the further stages of the project.

In parallel to the work on bus charging stations, the German operator has adapted the workshop for the operation and maintenance of electric buses and plans to purchase them successively. By the end of 2019 VHH plans to open 48 charging points.

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The chargers, by Polish manufacturer Ekoenergetyka, will be deployed for the first time in the city of Inowrocław. The 300kW devices, equipped with top-down pantograph, will be delivered this fall to power city’s new Volvo e-buses. This is the second bus electrification project for Inowrocław: the opportunity chargers will join Ekoenergetyka’s depot charger that the city obtained in 2015.

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The contract for delivery of three 300kW quickPOINT City Chargers between Ekoenergetyka and City of Malmö was signed yesterday. OppCharge-based opportunity chargers, equipped with inverted pantograph, will be deployed in the third largest city in Sweden this fall and will charge electric buses from Volvo. The project is part of Malmö’s drive to become climate neutral by 2020.

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