Stakeholders see e-mobility as key to energy transition future. Power2Drive Europe, which will take place June 20-22, 2018 in München, has therefore published an initial market overview covering the products and services available.
The new singlephase inverter FusionHome builds the interface for the Smart Energy Center of Huawei. He has an integrated high-voltage battery connection and a RS485 interface for smart meters.
Sharp launches the 48 cell PV module for the European market.
Most buildings in Europe have a three-phase connection. In UK, Ireland and Scandinavia they have single-phase systems. It has to match with your EV to charge efficiently.
Solar module manufacturer Astronergy has upgraded the first of its five production lines to enable significantly higher throughput. This will allow the company to cut the unit costs of its modules.
The filling station of the future supplies efficiently and cost-effective renewable power, hydrogen or methane. Researchers in Baden-Württemberg are working on that. Under the slogan “Boosting future mobility” innovations will be presented at Hannover Fair from April 23-27.
Express 250 is based on a DC fast charging technology, engineered to fast charge current and next-generation electric cars, buses and trucks.
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