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The Dąbrowa Basin Region is confronting the question of electromobility in earnest. The largest city in the region is buying more electric buses from Solaris Bus & Coach, along with charging stations, which will be produced and delivered by Ekoenergetyka-Polska.

The Sosnowiec City Transport Company will be provided with both the depot facilities as well as city fast-charging stations. Ekoenergetyka will supply eight 80 kW mobile slow-charging stations to the base at ul. Lenartowicza. Devices equipped with two CCS Combo 2 connectors will mean that more than one bus can be charged at a time.

The city will also install two 250 kW and one 190 kW inverted pantograph fast-charging station at the bus station. Placed on special masts, they will not take up much space, which is a major convenience, especially in public areas.

Thanks to Ekoenergetyka-Polska’s vast knowledge and know-how, the inhabitants of Sosnowiec and the whole Dąbrowa Basin Region will be able to breathe cleaner air and learn the advantages of fumeless, quieter urban transport.

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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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15 charging stations of 60 kW power each with dispensers, have been transferred to the Woronicza depot in Warsaw.This is part of the contract we are carrying out for the capital’s operator. According to the contract, 65 60 kW plug-in chargers and 3 pantograph charging stations will be located at the MZA depots. This is not the first time we have cooperated with a Warsaw partner.

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Ekoenergetyka-Polska has prepared an individual solution for the Dutch public transport operator. The charging station with a capacity of 1.2 MW closed in a container is able to power 20 electric buses simultaneously! It will be installed in Zeist, a town near Utrecht. However, it is constructed in such a way that it can be transported to any place.

 

Mega Charger X 1200 – a new product of the Ekoenergetyka-Polska is based on the concept of a central high-power charging station for electric buses.It is a multi-output device, whose power can be divided according to the needs and delivered to vehicles using various types of dispensers with plug-in CCS Combo. 1.2 MW of Mega Charger X closed in a container facilitates transport.  The company has experience in constructing megastations. A similar solution, also with a capacity of 1.2 MW was implemented in Hamburg, but there the device was placed in a stationary, concrete housing.

The 1.2 MW megastation for Qbuzz is encased in a metal container. It will be connected to 20 Point Zero dispensers with CCS Combo 2 plugs, which will power 60 kW Ebusco electric buses. The company has experience in constructing megastations. A similar solution, also with a capacity of 1.2 MW was implemented in Hamburg, but there the device was placed in a stationary, concrete housing.

The 1.2 MW megastation for Qbuzz is encased in a metal container. It will be connected to 20 Point Zero satellites with CCS Combo 2 plugs, which will power 60 kW Ebusco electric buses. This is a new solution developed by Ekoenergetyka-Polska.The whole station can be moved to another place.  For the time being, however, the Dutch operator Qbuzz will install the station in the bus depot near Utrecht, in Zeist.

It was quite a challenge to adapt a solution that would work in a small depot space. The buses are parked a few dozen centimetres apart. Ekoenergetyka-Polska designed the infrastructure so as not to hinder drivers and service.

– We listen carefully to our customers and create solutions that will fully meet their needs. The Qbuzz received from us a charging station with all necessary infrastructure. When the contract between the operator and the city is over, the company can move it to any place of business. – says Vice President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska Maciej Wojeński.

The Netherlands has a plan to replace the bus fleet with zero emission vehicles by 2025. Qbuzz is one of the largest Dutch companies operating in the public transport sector – currently there are 99 fully electric buses in its fleet. Ekoenergetyka-Polska designed the infrastructure so as not to hinder drivers and service staff.

– We listen carefully to our customers and create solutions that will fully meet their needs. The Dutch Qbuzz received from us a charging station with all necessary infrastructure. When the contract between the operator and the city is over, the company can move it to any place of business. – says Vice President of the Management Board of Ekoenergetyki-Polska Maciej Wojeński.

The Netherlands has a plan to replace the bus fleet with zero emission vehicles by 2025. Qbuzz is one of the largest Dutch companies operating in the public transport sector – currently there are 99 fully electric buses in its fleet.

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