Not less than 500 ultra-fast charging stations in 500 days of wool Jolt as part of his chargemycle campaign bring to the street. More specifically, you wanted to collect the appropriate capital for this number of charging stations. Both private and professional investors have the opportunity to participate in the campaign by investing in Merlin bonds. The proceeds from the Merlin bonds, which are already available from 100 euros and have a fixed annual interest rate of five to six percent, are used for the purchase and installation of charging stations in selected municipalities.
The focus is on its own fast loading column Merlin. This sees itself as a kind of power bank for the car: A power store is charged and then – time-delayed – return this energy to a connected consumer. The Munich start-up Jolt Energy introduced the elementary component of its own Milkrun concept in the loading area with the Merlinon Quick Loading Column in August 2019. Two years later, you already think some number bigger. Merlin was developed in Germany specifically for charging situations in cities in which the existing electricity grid makes the provision of DC fast charging stations extremely difficult.
Jolt will start the campaign immediately in Munich and then expand it to other communities in Germany, Europe and the United States. Marcus Jentsch, CFO of Jolt, is as follows: “Through the internalization of our financing activities for ultra-fast chargers, we will speed up the investment program and at the same time give our end customers the opportunity to invest directly in something they need and use.”In addition, Jungsch shares that the company will start a partner program in the next few weeks, allowing local individuals and municipalities to start their own fundraising activities in order to get ultra-fast charging stations in their neighborhood.
The start-up itself also expresses itself to the rather unusual financing approach. So it’s hard to finance hardware for recharging, which slows down the development of the loading industry. “By 2030, we will need millions of ultrafast chargers. However, the prospects for this are low, unless some of us businesses do something to shake this conservative and slow-developing industry, “says Maurice Nickelan, CEO of Jolt. Therefore, the team had considered how to handle this financing demand and at the same time speed the charging business. The result is ChargetyCity.
The ChargetyCity’s affiliate program will help Jolt individual communities to finance their own fast charging stations. The startup will operate the charging stations and maintain maintenance, which will be available to the public.
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3 thoughts on “Jolt: 500 ultra-fast charging stations in 500 days”
If you are at the Battery costs with 200 Euro per kWh calculates (cells 100 Euro + 40 euros for the battery pack + 60 euros for margin and VAT.) And from 2.000 Loading cycles (or more) goes out, then the 10 cents per kWh (or less) for battery wear Easily reliable at high rapid duty prices. And then the batteries would probably still be used for a “Second Life”.
The batteries could recharge between the charging operations in peace with little KW performance during the longer breaks. 10 electric cars a day with 48 kWh each If 480 kWh were the day or. 24 kW performance removal from the power grid, When the batteries are recharged for 20 hours a day.
What about the risk of fire? Are these devices that will surely find one or the other HATER due to the space stress safer or insecure than “normal” charging stations? In the cities, quasi is all potential destination of Vandals.
And turned off on the bike path, how to detect from the picture. So electromobility does not lead to the peaceful goal.