Ekoenergetyka has signed a new contract with Qbuzz for the supply of charging infrastructures in the Netherlands. The Polish provider will take care of the depot and city infrastructure in Utrecht.

Ekoenergetyka has already delivered a special 1.2 MW Mega Charger X 1200 mobile container megastation for Qbuzz with twenty Point Zero dispensers with a CCS Combo 2 plug. The entire infrastructure can be dismantled and moved to another location. However, it is currently located in the bus depot in Zeist, near Utrecht.

Recently the company completed the delivery of two fast charging stations in Radom (Poland). But contracts have been secured also in, among others, Spain (with TMB Barcelona), Germany, where Ekoenegetyka is supplying Berlin with no less than 130 charging stations for electric buses, and France.

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Six buses charged simultaneously with Ekoenergetyka stations

As ordered, Ekoenergetyka will supply Qbuzz with six multi-output charging stations of 300 kW each. A single Core Charger F 300 will be able to power up to 6 buses simultaneously. Charging will be done by a pantograph “contact dome”, which will be installed on the gantry. A total of 6 charging stations, 6 gantries and 36 contact domes will be installed at the depot.

The operator will be able to manage the power of the individual outputs. Each charging station can operate in 6×50 kW mode or (if necessary) can redirect all power to one output up to 300 kW. It will be possible to regulate the power on all outputs continuously, Ekoenergetyka points out. All this will be based on messages compatible with OCPP 1.6-J.

Ekoenergetyka will also supply electric bus charging stations to the city. These will be four central Core Charger F stations with 450 kW each. Charging, as in the case of depots, will be done by pantograph “contact domes”, installed on masts.