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Elli’s Flexpole, the technology that allows us to overcome one of the biggest obstacles in the expansion of fast charging

The fast charging network expansion It is one of the pillars to achieve greater implementation of the electric car. The problem is that many times, in addition to difficulties such as bureaucratic obstacles or the slow response of electricity suppliers, operators find themselves with electrical systems that are not prepared to handle a truly fast charge. Something where battery stations can play a key role in the future.

One of the companies that is betting the most on this interesting alternative is the German The Lipart of the Volkswagen Group, which this month launched its first charging station flexpole. A point of up to 150 kW that has come into operation at a Shell service station in the German town of Göttingen, Lower Saxony.

According to Elli, the Flexpole charging station technology makes it possible to overcome one of the biggest hurdles in grid expansion. Thanks to its integrated batteries, 200 kWh and LFP chemistryFlexpole charging points can even connect directly to the low voltage networkwithout the need for a special transformer or expensive construction.

This means that an operator who wants to install a point of this power, 150 kW, both to offer the service to other vehicles and to his own fleet, can connect the station to a socket 10, 20, 30 kW (16 / 32 / 63A) and offer ultra-fast charging at the same time. Of course, always with the limit that supposes the capacity of the battery and the power with which we charge it.

An aspect that even allows temporary stations to be set up to provide service at large events, such as concerts or sporting events.

This significantly reduces installation time, while lowering fixed operating costs by being able to connect the station to a lower power outlet, and also offering a charging power of 150 kW that allows a vehicle recover a range of up to 160 kilometers in 10 minutes connectedand with hardly any impact on the local electrical grid.

Thanks to this configuration, the charging stations can be installed easily, quickly and flexibly, accelerating the expansion of the public fast charging network, even in places where the public electricity network is not the most suitable for these powers. A critical aspect to increase the popularity of electric vehicles.

More info | The Li

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