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Ekoenergetyka-Polska is successfully expanding to Scandinavia. For Brakar AS, a Norwegian public transport organizer, we will prepare a charging infrastructure for the depot in the city of Drammen. Based on extensive knowledge and many years of experience, the charger manufacturer proposed a solution tailored to customer requirements.

In line with the design, two roofed shelter structures were built in Drammen. Special stands for electric buses will be placed underneath. Ekoenergetyka will supply 32 compact wallboxes of 30 kW each. They will be equipped with a cable with a CCS Combo 2 plug. Due to being suspended on poles, they take a minimum of space. The great advantage of charging stations lies in the fact that, despite their small size, they have the same parameters as standard structures with the same power.

Undoubtedly, one of the greatest advantages of the solutions proposed by Ekoenergetyka-Polska is their perfect match to customer requirements. The charging stations produced by the company are tailored to specific needs. This applies both to the technical aspects, such as power or a specific interface, as well as to the design i.e. the shape, type of material, and colour of the station.

This is not the first contract that a Polish manufacturer has been implementing for the Scandinavian Brakar AS.  Ekoenergetyka is also preparing 300 kW of pantograph charging stations.  They will supply power to electric buses on city routes.

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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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Another city in Poland that focuses on zero-emission public transport is Poznań.  Together with our partner ZU Instaltech we have carried out the design works, all the documentation prepared, we have already launched the charging stations. What is more, we have tested them and  we can conclude that our chargers are probably the fastest in the world!

 

Ekoenergetyka-Polska signed an agreement with MPK in Poznań last year. The contract assumes that in the capital of Wielkopolska, electric buses will supply 16 charging stations with the total capacity of over 2.2 MW. The infrastructure will be located in three locations. At the Jan III Sobieski bus station and these will be two double station pantograph charging stations with 540 kW each. Another place will be the Garbary bus station – a single station 270 kW pantograph charging station. The third location is the depot on Warszawska Street and there will be two-station stationary, 80 kW depot charging stations and three 40 kW mobile charging stations each.

 

The tests were conducted at the Sobieski bus station. We installed 540 kW chargers with EC Engineering docking stations there. The SBC bus charged at 533 kW and 790A! The whole process was completely correct, which allows us to assume that it is the fastest charger in the world.

 

Poznań is another point on the map of Poland and Europe, which will supply public transport using the infrastructure prepared by Ekoenergetyka-Polska, limiting the emission of exhaust fumes. We hope that we will contribute to the improvement of the comfort of both the residents of the city and tourists visiting this place.

 

Ekoenergetyka-Polska is a leading manufacturer of electric vehicle charging infrastructure operating on the electromobility market for almost 10 years. So far, Ekoenergetyka-Polska has delivered over 500 charging stations to 55 cities in 11 countries with a total capacity of almost 45,000 kW. The infrastructure of the Polish manufacturer supplies electric vehicles in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Spain, France, Russia, Singapore and Germany. Every day, the installed charging stations deliver more than 30,000 kWh of electricity to the vehicle batteries during more than 1,100 charging cycles.

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PKM Katowice, one of the largest public transport operators in Upper Silesia, consistently implements the plan to transform the city’ fleet. At the beginning of February the first electric bus was launched in Katowice, now the city fast charging station from Ekoenergetyka-Polska has been put into operation.


Fast charging station in the city centre


The first electric bus that left for the streets of Katowice operates in the crowded city center. Therefore, it was necessary to install a fast charging station, which recharges the battery of the bus at a stop.


The station launched by the Polish manufacturer of electric vehicle charging infrastructure has a capacity of 200 kW with the possibility of increasing the power to 400 kW. Buses are charged by an inverted pantograph, which allows to reduce the weight of the bus and increase the reliability of the whole system, due to the lack of moving parts on the vehicle.


It is one of the first in Poland, and another after Inowrocław, the implementation of OppCharge type solution by Ekoenergetyka-Polska. Thanks to it, the charging process itself is fully automated and does not require driver’s intervention. The bus communicates with the charging station automatically via a wireless wi-fi network.


Charging in 5 minutes


The reversed pantograph charging system allows to recharge the bus battery in a very short time. The installed 200 kW station is able to charge 50% of the bus battery (capacity 120 kWh) in about 18 minutes, and in case of increasing the charging station power to 400 kW in 9 minutes.


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