E-cars are only environmentally-friendly if they get charged with regenerative energy. In a pilot project, HOPPECKE shows at the headquarter in Brilon-Hoppecke how it could work. On the roof of the office building, PV panels produce electrical energy which is stored in modern storage systems. Employees and customers can use the green energy from now on.
The HOPPECKE charging stations allow a fast charge with a power output of up to 22 kW. An important component of this project is the stationary storage which allows the buffering of energy which is produced by the PV panels. Without a stationary storage, e-filling stations require a reliable grid connection which is often not given in remote areas.
The solution of HOPPECKE can be designed for large power requirements for fleets or agriculture and also for private applications with a solar system and a home storage.
Foto: Michael Entrup (Managing Director BU Reserve Power), Matthias Bueter (Product Manager Reserve Power), Lina Besse (Product Management Reserve Power, Student) at the official inauguration of the charging station.