The AUS-E® Solar Highway consists of point-to-point networks of aesthetic "Off-Grid" stylised Solar Tree panel arrays which power battery cells and supply on-demand vehicle recharging to our "rapid charge" electric vehicle recharging stations; with the additional provision for complimentary solar and wind trees alongside complimentary outdoor tables and benches.
NB: In addition to Government and industry subsidies, in commercial environments all vehicle charging costs can be offset with a unique payment App or via swiping any number of charge cards, where payments are settled via charge card, bank debit or credit card.
"New research by Bloomberg New Energy Finance suggests that by the end of the 2020s, electric vehicles will become a more economic option than gasoline or diesel cars in most countries. Further out, the study forecasts that sales of electric vehicles will hit 41 million by 2040, representing 35 percent of new light duty vehicle sales. That’s 90 times the sale of EVs in 2015.
Accompanying that growth, obviously, will be a corresponding increase in the number of car charging stations. The global EV Charger market is forecast to grow from more than 1 million units in 2014 to more than 12.7 million units in 2020, according to a new EV Charging Infrastructure report by global information company IHS Inc.
The associated need for a significant increase in the availability of car charging stations is ideally supported by Renewable Energy sources of DC electricity supply - and ideally suited to be powered by our intelligent renewable energy capture, storage and supply solutions."
Currently European networks of fast-charging stations have been rolled out across the Germany, Netherlands and Belgian regions of Flanders and Brussels where all electric vehicles can charge as fast as possible. Additionally, stations with the ability to fast charge at rates of up to 175 kW are now being rolled out. All locations are capable of 24/7 accessibility and suitable for all electric cars, including E-taxi’s and shared cars.
In Norway alone the sale of electric vehicles as percentage of total vehicle sales has risen from 1.4% in 2011 to 54.3% in 2020, increasing the demand for availability of electric vehicle charging exponentially.
Where possible, owners are billed per kWh (kilowatt-hour). In other areas, we bill for the service per minute. When billing per minute, there are two tiers to account for changes in charging speeds, called “tier 1” and “tier 2”.
Tier 1 is half the cost of tier 2. Tier 1 also applies anytime vehicles share Tesla Supercharger power with another vehicle. Pricing to use a Supercharger may vary by location, and prices may change from time to time. All "Tap & Go" prices include taxes and fees.
Tritium 350kW charging stations are equiped to upgrade to 475kW, key features are:
Tesla V3 Superchargers comprise completely new architecture for supercharging, key features are:
Most drivers of electric vehicles will keep a careful eye on their remaining range to make sure that they don't run out of stored energy while on the move. But if that does happen, they can't just walk to the nearest refueling point for a can full of charge. This is where mobile EV chargers are designed to help, and the latest comes from Colorado's Lightning Systems.
Colorado's EV Charging Vehicles come with 192 kWh of liquid-cooled DC battery storage and is itself charged from a standard Level 2 DC charger. It has been designed to serve as a roadside power rescue service or as a mobile battery top up to keep electric trucks, vans and buses on the move, and can offer up 80 kW of DC fast charging (Level 3) to vehicles on the AUS-E® Solar Highway, and Level 2 AC charging at up to 19.2 kW can be optionally delivered.
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