ADS-TEC Energy, a manufacturer of battery storage-based platform solutions, has partnered with charging solutions provider eliso to install ChargeBox and ChargePost DC fast charging systems in the public car parks of specialist electrical stores in Germany.
ADS-TEC Energy’s battery-buffered fast charging solutions can temporarily store electricity from a local photovoltaic system in order to provide charging at power levels up to 320 kW, even at locations with power-limited grid connections.
ADS-TEC’s latest model, ChargePost, combines two battery-buffered charging columns, complete with charging electronics and battery storage, and offers up to 300 kW of DC power. Two optional 75-inch monitors can be used as advertising surfaces.
ADS-TEC’s ChargeBox incorporates a battery unit and all charging technology into a cube with a footprint of only 1.6 square meters, and can serve multiple charging points (dispensers) that can be flexibly positioned within a radius of 100 meters, indoors or out. The ChargeBox charges continuously from the available grid, and can provide charging power up to 320 kW at one charging point, or 160 kW at each of two parallel chargers.
“Our storage-based platform solutions are simple and quick to install, without additional grid expansion,” said Thomas Speidel, CEO, ADS-TEC Energy. “They offer outstanding charging performance, allowing EVs to charge up to a range of more than 100 kilometers in just a few minutes.”
“The partnership with ADS-TEC Energy is an important step in our plan to build a public fast charging network,” said Johannes Brodführer, Managing Director of eliso. “The battery storage in the charging stations from ADS-TEC Energy allows high-power charging at locations with low [grid] power.”
Source: ADS-TEC Energy