PhihongTechnology, a leading Taiwan-based manufacturer of power supplies, is introducing a new subsidiary, Zerova Technologies, at eMove360° Europe – 6th International Trade Fair for Electromobility and Autonomous Driving in Berlin, which will exclusively serve the electric vehicle (EV) charger market.
Zerova Technologies will showcase a range of charging solutions, including Level 35DC chargers from 30 kW to 360 kW and Level 2 AC EVSE from 16 amps to 48 amps, as well as portable chargers and a user interface (HMI) and cloud-based management platform, at the most important B2B exhibition for electric mobility and autonomous driving at the Berlin Exhibition Centre, Hub 27, Stand 506. Through the front-end mobile app, users can search for charging stations near them, schedule charging appointments and monitor charging status. System operators can monitor the status of individual charging stations and update them remotely, enabling long-term maintenance and management tailored to their specific needs. All Zerova products have received IATF16949 certification, the highest quality management standard in the automotive industry, and support ISO15118.
Patrik Ott, VP Business Development at Zerova says: “With US and EU targets of 500,000 and 3 million public charging stations respectively by 2030, we want to shape the future – with charging solutions that enable companies to roll out such infrastructure better and faster. We look forward to participating in eMove360° EUROPE 2022 from 5 to 7 October at the Berlin Exhibition Grounds to showcase the potential of our products to support sustainability goals.”
“The availability of charging infrastructure will be the key catalyst for the further uptake of electric vehicles. By working with our customers to deliver flexible solutions that adapt to the specific needs of end users, regions and locations, we can accelerate the adoption and spread of purpose-built electric vehicle charging stations worldwide.”
Zerova offers energy companies and fleet operators a comprehensive service: from planning, design and production to construction as well as set-up, including real-time monitoring of charging stations and payment infrastructure. The company also offers a comprehensive after-sales service with rigorous training, 24/7 support and repairs and upgrades. The company draws on the experience of its parent company, which works with companies such as Audi, Jaguar, Helsinki Bus Charging Depot and Watt EV.
As the number of electric vehicles increases year on year, Zerova’s energy storage solutions can not only charge electric vehicles, but also feed energy from electric vehicles back into the grid through reverse technology (vehicle-to-grid). The company’s energy storage solutions can also increase the multi-dimensional flexibility of each charging station’s energy use, thereby relieving the load pressure of electricity during peak hours. www.zerovatech.com; www.phihong.com