After a year of intensive development work and planning, we can proudly announce our entry into the electromobility market. The Adaptive AMPERAGE flywheel storage system makes ultra-fast charging at up to 300 kW possible almost anywhere in a manner that supports the grid. With this move, we are playing our part in ensuring the rapid expansion of electromobility, whether in rural or urban areas.
In the development of our charging infrastructure product, we work together with the Institute for Mechatronic Systems in Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Darmstadt and Ghent University within the framework of the STEPS program. Funded by the European Union, this program supports innovative storage solutions that focus on the user. The aim of the cooperation is to simplify the integration of energy storage into the European power grid and by doing so increase competitiveness. Last week an interview on this subject was held with our founder Dr. Hendrik Schaede-Bodenschatz.
Further information on its use in the fast charging infrastructure will follow soon!