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Evolt to showcase four new products at LCV show

Evolt, is exhibiting four new products at the Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) Event which takes place at Millbrook on the 14-15 September.

The electric vehicle (EV) charge point supplier will carry out the first live demonstration of its energy storage solution E-stor.

E-stor uses recycled EV batteries, which still retain useful capacity, to store power at rapid charger points.

When an EV uses a rapid charger connected to e-Stor, it will draw energy from power reserves, reducing rapid charging’s immediate load on the power grid.

Justin Meyer, general manager of Evolt, said: “Consistent innovations are required to capture the demands and requirements of a rapidly growing industry.

“Our latest solutions further enhance reliability and cost-efficiency, and ensure that we can provide the most appropriate charging solution for every application.”

Evolt will exhibit the latest 50kW Tri-Rapid charger that can simultaneously charge two EVs to 80% battery life within 30 minutes. It also features a new 47-inch LCD screen, offering a revenue enhancing facility to charge point owners.

The 22kw DC Raption charger will also debut at the show featuring a smaller and slimmer design than its Compact model predecessor – it can charge two EVs in one hour.

Finally, the new 7kW lamp post charging solution will be showcased for the first time. With twin AC power outlets, these resolve the problem of a lack of space for on street charging in busy towns and cities, as they are bolted onto street lighting columns to charge adjacent EVs. 

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