Rostec’s Uralvagonzavod Concern will present its fast charging station for electric vehicles at Innoprom from July 4-7. Its power will be 150 kW: 80% load in 20 minutes. RB learned about this from the corporation’s press service.

Rostec has created a fast charging station for electric cars

The station was developed by NPO Elektromashina. It is equipped with the intelligent Amasis 2.0 system, which will provide the stations with video analysis, environmental monitoring and the possibility of distributing free Wi-Fi.

The load centers can be additionally equipped with an energy storage system in case there is not enough power at the connection point. The stations will also include equipment for the device itself, construction and installation work and an adapted "Amasis 2.0".

Developers can also create 44kW stations. Now several regions of Russia are interested in the project.

In the summer of 2021, the Russian government approved the concept for the development of electric transport production and infrastructure for use until 2030. By this year, every tenth Russian car should be electric, and the number of power stations should increase to 72. one thousand.


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Source: RB

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