Infrastructure Challenges to Mass Adoption of Electric Vehicles


While the number of electric vehicles is sure to increase exponentially in the coming years, charging them is going to prove a challenge. Consumers who purchase electric vehicles still struggle with factors like high battery prices and the low availability of working chargers. At the same time, owners of E-bus fleets and E-truck manufacturers are in need of rapid charging solutions in order to make these electric alternatives to traditional buses and trucks feasible. Learn more about the main Infrastructure Challenges to Mass Adoption of Electric Vehicles:

- Pricing
- Charging
- Speeds
- Charging infrastructure
- Grid Capacity

Are you ready to power a cleaner tomorrow? Download the Infrastructure Challenges to Mass Adoption of Electric Vehicles whitepaper now!
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Battery Buffered Opportunity Charging


Did you know 45% of your Fleet electricity bill could be Peak Power charges for capacity you only use 17% of the time? Limited available grid capacity and high peak demand charges can make opportunity charging a challenge.

Concept product SprintCharge® is a new generation of smart charging station which includes a stationary battery for storage to enable the high power “sprints” of charging power required for opportunity charging. Read more in our whitepaper - Battery Buffered Opportunity Charging.
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AGV's - pin charging interface

Automation is crucial in the ports of today. Autonomous electric vehicles are the logical choice to maneuver the continuous stream of containers to their correct destination. Heliox supplies charging solutions as an integral component of smooth and efficient cargo handling systems.

Watch and see how this interface charges an autonomous vehicle in our latest animation.

Best in class lock technology

Heliox NFC lock uses RFID technology to prevent against misuse by unauthorized users, in public spaces. Bus drivers on the route are provided with an RFID tag. The charging cable can only be removed from the cradle by the driver presenting the RFID tag to unlock the charging cable, after which the cable can be attached to the bus and charging can commence.

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