E.ON & VW introduce Plug & Play Quick Loading Column with 150 kW

E.ON & VW introduce Plug & Play Quick Loading Column with 150 kW-introduce

With the “e.On Drive Booster “Powered by Volkswagen Group Components bring E.On and Volkswagen Your Plug & Play Quick Loading Column at the start, which can be put into operation without a civil engineering. At this two electric vehicles can be loaded simultaneously with up to 150 kW. With the new fast loading column you want to put on flexibility and bring charging columns to places where a construction would be rather difficult.

Here, the advantage is quite clear in that the flexible quick loader without civil engineering and adaptation of the mains connection. Nevertheless, this is able to load two e-cars with 150 kW at the same time. Thus, the expansion of a dense, public network with fast charging stations – as it is necessary for the further success of e-mobility – can be significantly more rapid reality than so far accepted.

The necessary energy refers to the E.On Drive Booster from an integrated battery storage. A normal power connection, as has it, for example, every supermarket, and the internal battery together supply the performance necessary to load two electric cars with up to 150 kilowatts of power in parallel. So it takes only an average of 15 minutes, and the cars have enough electricity for approximately 200 km reached range.

“The expansion of electromobility is an important building block of the energy transition. To make E car more attractive, we need many and powerful charging columns. Because around one third of the Germans do not buys e-cars, because for them the number of charging columns is not enough. I am proud that we are with the e.On Drive Booster companies and municipalities who want to build fast charging columns with little effort can now be made an attractive offer.”- Patrick Lammers, on the board of E.ON for customer solutions

From Pages VW expresses itself Thomas Schmall, Group Executive Board for the Technology Department at Volkswagen AG and CEO of Volkswagen Group Components, about cooperation as follows: “We take the expansion of the charging infrastructure itself in the hands and want the number of strong partners until 2025 Founded on fast ladder in Europe. When working with E.On comes the fast load column developed and produced by Volkswagen Group Components. It is ideally suited for the rapid expansion of charging infrastructure because time expenditure and costs of installation are low.”

Volkswagen also mentions that a normal charging column can easily be upgraded on the booster. So he is ideal for opening up new locations quickly and inexpensively. The installation is simple: set, connect, configure online – a plug & play charging column. An elaborate conversion of the infrastructure is eliminated as well as civil engineering works. So fast shop is easy, cheap and possible everywhere.

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6 thoughts on “E.ON & VW introduce Plug & Play Quick Loading Column with 150 kW”

  1. David, you should seriously issue yourself in psychological treatment – you’re probably geauded in Hover
    That hurts slowly your health – I would miss you very much &# 128521;

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  2. When I learned one in the last 4 years, in which I drive my Ioniq, then that you avoid Eon pillars because they are so error-prone and usually do not work on the first time.

    Well, if VW means that the right partner is.
    Probably EnBW has canceled because VW is too little for e-mobility &# 128521;

    It stops exciting

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  3. These are the things in the end, who have been around in Wolfsburg for two years or? But now VW has found a partner who operates the things at the end. Am I correct?
    Loading column with thick battery (I have so 300kWh in the head), which ultimately pulls continuously 30kW or so out of the net to feed the battery. Of course, if someone is constantly using the pillar (at the moment, not so often before), the charging power will, of course, go to the knee at some point if the internal battery is empty. Nevertheless, as long as it contributes to the fact that the charging infrastructure is better developed, continue &# 128521;

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  4. The capacity of the battery may be enough for 2, 3 or 4 charging processes. That fits the frequent experience that charging stations like to be overloaded for a short time and then restore hours of unused hours.
    My assessment: unsuitable for highly frequented locations, for places low frequency too expensive in the investment.
    What helps if you can save in the power connection – if the loader has a significantly higher price with a limited range of use.
    Well, however, does not mean future-proof.

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