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Electromobility in Radom! Ekoenergetyka-Polska installs charging stations and infrastructure monitoring system in this city. Solaris Bus & Coach will provide electric buses.


Radom will receive new Ekoenergetyka products. They will be two fast charging stations Core Charger F of 300 kW each. The devices will be connected to the buses via Link One, designed to operate pantographs on the bus roof. In addition, a Combo CCS type 2 cable will be available in the cabinets at the mast. As a result, the bus that will reach the end of Osiedle Południe and Osiedle Gołębiów I will be charged by means of a pantograph station or possibly powered by means of a plug-in connector.


In addition, at the MPK depot at 4 Wjazdowa Street, four Plug Charger FX mobile charging stations of 80 kW (2 x 40 kW) each and two Plug Charger R mobile single-output charging stations of 40 kW will be installed. A total of ten charging points will be available to the operator. They are easy to move between buses and will make use much easier.


The infrastructure that Ekoenergetyka-Polska is installing in Radom will also be equipped with a monitoring system. This means that the operator will receive remote access to the parameters of the devices. Moreover, it definitely accelerates all service works.


– We are glad that Radom is also one of the Polish cities that rely on electromobility. We are glad that we can participate in the efforts of its authorities to make public transport zero-emissions and, as a result, citizens will be able to breathe clean air. Installation works of the charging infrastructure have already been carried out by us. Together with our partner Solaris Bus & Coach we are waiting for the voltage to be applied by the energy supplier to move on to the stage of commissioning and acceptance of the devices. – says Maciej Wojeński, Vice-President of the Ekoenergetyka-Polska.


The purchase of electric buses together with the charging infrastructure is one of the elements of the transport project that Radom is implementing.
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Ekoenergetyka-Polska is executing a contract for electric bus charging stations for Barcelona. Soon, the capital of Catalonia will receive two, 500 kW pantograph chargers each. This is not the first contract with a Spanish operator.


The Polish producer of charging statrions adapts each of its projects fully to customer requirements. The two 500 kW pantograph charging stations, each with 500 kW, will be adapted to the climate conditions in Barcelona. Moreover, they will generate a very low noise level (<55dB). This is quite an important aspect that affects the comfort of the city’s residents. Due to the weather conditions and high temperatures in Barcelona, the stations are equipped with an additional safety system.


Ekoenergetyka-Polska has experience in constructing charging stations in the urban space of the Catalan operator, as it has already provided solutions for Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona. Seven 50 kW plug-in chargers were installed at TMB depot, as well as a 500 kW pantograph quick charging station. Barcelona is planning to replace the oldest buses in the city with electric ones.


– Another project for Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona, carried out with Endesa Energia S.A.U. is an excellent example of our ability to meet the high expectations of our customers. The infrastructure delivered to Spain is quiet, has dimensions adapted to the available space and is protected against high temperatures thanks to a fire system. It is this ability to adapt to requirements that makes customers choose our solutions. – says Maciej Wojeński, Vice President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska.

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We have signed another contract for the supply of charging stations for the MZA in Warsaw! This time we will deliver 65 plug-in charging stations for the depot and 3 pantograph stations.

In the summer, Ekoenergetyka has already signed the first contract for the construction of 20 street fast charging stations located at the Wilanów loop (six stations), four more at Chomiczówka, two at Szczęśliwice, Esperanto, Nowodwory, Browarna and Młynów.

According to the signed agreement, this time we will deliver to MZA 65 plug-in charging stations of 60 kW each and 3 pantograph charging stations of 400 kW. In the next six months, the first 15 chargers will be delivered to the Warsaw depot. The agreement provides for the production, start-up and service of the station.

This is the second order this year that we are carrying out in the capital city! – We are very pleased that Warsaw, like other European capitals, is entering the eRevolutionary route and taking a comprehensive approach to reducing emissions. Soon the most representative section of the Royal Route will be free of exhaust fumes buses!  We are very happy to undertake another project for the capital city. We know how to adapt the infrastructure to the fleet serving a large city, which is why this is not our first joint venture – says Maciej Wojeński, Vice-President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska.

In the summer, we signed a contract for the supply of 20 fast charging stations for electric buses, with a total capacity of almost 8 MW! They will be able to power the vehicle both with a pantograph and with a CCS Combo 2 plug-in connector – adds Wojeński.

The infrastructure purchased by MZA is part of the project, which involves the purchase of 130 electric buses for the capital city. By the end of 2020, 160 electric buses and 145 low-emission gas vehicles will be driving on the streets of Warsaw.

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Ekoenergetyka-Polska received this year’s Best Practices Award, which is granted by the independent consulting company Frost & Sullivan. We have received this prestigious Award for innovations we introduce to our solutions, such as intelligent monitoring and management system.

The official Gala where the Vice-president of Ekoenergetyka-Polska Maciej Wojeński received the Award took place in Paris. – This award is a recognition of the effort we put into the development of electromobility – he said. The company has been working on introducing innovations to its products for years. Intelligent monitoring and management systems is the future for emobility and we have been  acknowledged by Frost & Sullivan this year , a prestigious international research and consulting company.

An independent research company with nearly 50 years of experience gives awards based on a 10 -level evaluation process. Analysts compare market players, measure their performance through interviews, analysis and extensive research. In this way, they identify industry Best Practices. The categories to be assessed include product planning and strategy, technological innovation, leadership, innovation, integration and development.

The main advantage of the solutions proposed by Ekonenergetyka, which was acknowledged  by Frost & Sullivan analysts, is the fact that they respond to the key challenges facing public transport operators. Reducing the impact on the local electricity grid through the introduction of smart metering helps to reduce electricity charges during peak hours.  In addition, the Ekoenergetyka monitoring solution informs the operator about the malfunctioning of the charging stations and provides alternative chargers based on the location of the bus and the level of battery charge, thus ensuring reliable transport operation.

The Best Practices Award is a great honour and satisfaction for us. We are happy to see it as a proof of trust in innovative solutions developed by Ekoenergetyka. The high rating of Frost & Sullivan will certainly help us in our further development.

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Eco-energy continues to conquer the West. Recently we opened our office in Berlin, which is the headquarters of the new company Ekoenergetyka-Deutschland GmbH. In recent days we have participated in the Western Economic Forum to strengthen and develop our relations with Western customers.

How did we make our presence felt? We took part in an interesting discussion panel, showed at our stand the latest charging station for electric cars, met with foreign business partners and acquired new ones. This is how our presence at the most important economic event in the region looked like in a nutshell.


We are open to western markets

Participation in the Western Economic Forum is, above all, an opportunity for us to meet our partners from abroad. Moreover, it gives an opportunity to present our technologies to new entities.

This year’s Forum was particularly important for us, due to the newly opened office in Berlin. We are happy to share our many years of experience and exchange views with other entities. The annual event is an excellent communication platform, as well as an opportunity to establish new contacts.


Western Economic Forum

This event has been taking place in our region since 2008 and is organized by the Organization of Employers of the Lubuskie Region. Every year entrepreneurs, local governments, parliamentarians and social partners participate in it. The Forum has already gained an established position in the business environment.

The aim of the Western Economic Forum is to discuss, familiarize with the latest economic trends, as well as to identify opportunities and threats to the development of enterprises operating in western Poland. Forum participants have the opportunity to strengthen economic cooperation through various industry meetings or active networking.

This year’s edition of the Forum focused its attention mainly on the German market and startups. Especially the first issue was particularly interesting for us.


Presentation of the latest charging station

Each event is an opportunity for us to present our achievements. This year at our stand we presented, among others, the new Fastpoint 100 kW charging station for electric cars. It is characterized by high power, friendly interface and standardized charging plugs.


About Ekoenergetyka-Polska

We are a leading manufacturer of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, operating on the electromobility market for almost 10 years. So we have supplied 380 charging stations to 52 cities in 11 countries with a total power of 30,000 kW. Our infrastructure supplies electric vehicles in Sweden, Norway, Spain, France, Russia, Singapore and Germany. Every day, the installed charging stations deliver more than 20,000 kWh of electricity to the vehicle batteries during more than 850 charging cycles.

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The 1.2 MW megastatation from Ekoenergetyka-Polska has been delivered to Hamburg and the work on the commissioning of the entire infrastructure is in progress. The depot area is being gradually modernised so that soon the electricity from the powerful station will flow through the wires and power the first electric buses!

Megacontract – Megastation

Last year, Ekoenergetyka-Polska signed a contract with Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Holstein, one of the largest public transport operators in Germany. The 8-year framework agreement provides for the delivery of a charging station for electric buses with a total capacity of more than 7 MW. The implementation of the charging infrastructure is one of the stages of an ambitious plan for the total electrification of the rolling stock in Hamburg by 2030.

Station transport

The first step in the implementation of this agreement was the production of 1.2 MW station. At the end of March we informed about the successful completion of internal tests of the charger. Then the station, which was enclosed in concrete casing and weighed almost 30 tons, was loaded with cranes and delivered by a special oversized transport to Hamburg.

Satellite connection

There, after it had been laid on foundations and assembly work, it was connected to the transformer station. Its power of 1.2 MW consists of 4 blocks with a power of 300 kW, each of which can charge 4 buses at the same time. In order to be able to load 16 buses at the same time, it was necessary to install and connect specially designed satellites. This stage has already been completed – 8 red distributors with the Ekoenergetyka-Posla logo already stand on the depot square in Hamburg.

Testing, acceptance and …  next deliveries

When the construction works at the depot are completed, the first tests of the operator’s electric bus chargers will be carried out. After passing the tests and technical acceptance, the station will be officially launched and the first buses powered by the infrastructure of the Polish manufacturer will go to the streets of Hamburg.

The delivery of further 1.2 MW megastations for Hamburg is planned for September 2019 and 2020.

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Let’s make it official! We have joined CharIN! Organization’s Steering Committee accepted Ekoenergetyka – Polska as a new member of the association.


CharIN is an international non-profit association formed by many experts from all over the world from various industries. The aim of the organization is to support the development of electromobility through the promotion and implementing of a universal international standard for charging of EVs – Combined Charging System (CCS).


CCS is a solution that combines different charging methods. Drivers of electric vehicles of various brands can use one standardized plug to charge their vehicles with alternating current (up to 22 kW) or with direct current (up to 350 kW), depending on the output power of the charging station. CCS is the official charging standard in the European Union and is recognized by many international companies.


Being a member of CharIN we will have a real impact on the further evolution of charging standards. “Ekoenergetyka believes in individual approach towards every customer, project and development possibility and has been implementing this approach in all it’s projects all the while promoting and implementing international standards and is happy to be part of global CharIN association” – says Maciej Wojenski, V-ce President of Ekoenergetyka.


We are leader in production of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. Our product portfolio shows using of Combined Charging System almost in every charging station. We promote and advocate for the application of European standards of charging systems among it’s customers, suppliers and peers and is looking forward to continue doing so within CharIN association framework.


More about CharIN www.charinev.org
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We have completed another exceptional project. This time it is unique mainly because of its power and size. Successfully passed the tests of a charging station with a power of 1.2 MW! This giant can charge up to 16 electric buses at the same time! This is the largest station produced in the history of the company.


Megastation for Hamburg


This charging station was built for one of the largest public transport operators in Germany, Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Holstein. This is the first of two blocks to be delivered to Hamburg in 2019.


Mega-casing made of concrete


Not only is the power of this charger unique, but also its casing. The power of 1.2 MW was enclosed in a concrete container, which was specially ordered and weighs almost 25,000 kg. And when the heart of the charging station is topped up with cables, contactors and power modules, it weighs almost 30,000 kg. The transport of this weight will therefore be a major logistical challenge, and powerful cranes will be required to unload it.


Mega-power – 1.2 MW


The 1.2 MW unit is divided into 4 modules with a capacity of 300 kW. To each of them are connected 2 satellites, each of which has two charging outputs. This means that the power of 300 kW can be distributed between 4 charging points and can power 4 buses at the same time.


Intelligent power management system


The infrastructure has an intelligent management system that allows you to make the most of its power. If two electric buses are connected to the station, 150 kW is transferred from the 300 kW module to each of them. When three vehicles are charged, two of them are powered by 75 kW and one by 150 kW. If 4 electric buses are connected at the same time, each bus receives 75 kW each.


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