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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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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-Poland has put into operation the infrastructure for charging electric buses in Inowrocław. Three OppCharge pantograph charging stations of 300 kW each supply 8 electric buses on the streets of Inowrocław.


This is a one of the first implementation of the OppCharge system in Poland. Reverse pantograph gives compatibility of charging regardless of the bus manufacturer. And the charging by pantograph is completely automatic and does not require driver action. Pantographs will power buses with hybrid and fully electric drive.


Launched chargers are next order for Inowrocław realized by Ekoenergetyka-Polska – previously a plug-in type depot charger of 40 kW power was delivered. Unlike the depot stations, charging via a pantograph does not require any driver’s intervention, the process is fully automated. Thanks to this, the buses can be quickly supplied with power while the bus is at a standstill, without affecting the timetable.


Inowrocław is the next city on the map of Poland, where we installed our charging stations. It gives us great satisfaction that with our products we are changing public transport in Poland for the better. – says Bartosz Kubik, President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska. Additionally, we are glad that we have contributed to the city’s goal of 100% ecological transport. With the launch of our chargers Inowrocław became the first city in Poland with entirely “clean” public transport. – adds Maciej Wojeński, Vice-President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska.


Together with the infrastructure of Ekoenergetyka-Polska, an external monitoring system was delivered, which gives the possibility to control the vehicle charging processes on an ongoing basis, to collect data on processes and to carry out system maintenance.


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The manufacturer of charging stations for electric vehicles, Ekoenergetyka-Polska, has supplied and launched the charging infrastructure for electric buses in Barcelona. The chargers were sent to the main public transport operator, Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona. In the TMB depot there have been installed seven quickPOINT Depot Charger with a power of 50 kW each and a quickPOINT City Charger with power of 500 kW.


Customised infrastructure


Preparation of the infrastructure for the Spanish operator involved two challenges. Located in the south of Europe, Barcelona is known for its high temperatures., For the safety reason depot and city chargers have been equipped with a special fire-fighting system. In addition, the city charging station has been coated with a special white paint, which reflects sunlight to prevent from heating up. There were also installed more powerful fans, which allow for more efficient cooling of the charger’s interior. This equipment ensures that the infrastructure is mediterranean-heat-resistant.


The second challenge faced by Ekoenergetyka-Polska was the limited space. Barcelona is a large, busy metropolis with crowded streets. Therefore, both the urban and the depot charging station have very small base housing in order to occupy as little space as possible.


Dedicated monitoring system


In addition, the infrastructure is equipped with a real-time monitoring system. Although TMB already had its own system, it has been 100% integrated with the monitoring system provided by Ekoenergetyka-Polska. Thanks to this, the operator, using the OCPP communication protocol, can monitor the functioning and the processes of the charging stations on an ongoing basis.


The completed implementation for TMB (Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona) is a flagship example of our ability to adapt to all customer requirements. The infrastructure delivered to Spain has a dedicated design, dimensions adapted to the available space, is resistant to heat thanks to a special paint, additional cooling and fire system. And our monitoring system has been successfully integrated into the operator’s system. – says Bartosz Kubik, President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska. Our ability to adapt to the customer’s needs that is our competitive advantage, which distinguishes us from the competition. – adds Maciej Wojeński, Vice President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska.


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