Epyon Begins Charging Stations Deliveries in Norway
Knowing that, one of the most important charging solutions providers on the Old Continent, Epyon, announced this week that it has begun delivering to Norway the Terra 51 Charge Station. The stations will be then installed by local utility Lyse Energi, to be used in what the company hopes will be a revolutionary fuel station of the future.
The first charging unit has already been installed in the city of Sandnes, where it will be paired with a carbon-neutral biogas station. Together, the two will form a world's first, a station that will fuel, with electricity and biogas, only environmentally friendly vehicles.
"This is a very exciting project for Epyon. Lyse is planning to build and operate one of the most innovative fast-charging networks in the world," said Hans Streng, CEO of Epyon. "This shows that EV fast-charging is turning into serious business for reputable utilities like Lyse."
The station deployed in Sandnes is a Terra 51 single port charger, which is intended for use in areas with low-EV traffic. The same type of unit will be installed at two more locations in the time to come, being capable of recharging an EV in 15 to 30 minutes.
According to Epyon, the developments of this week in Norway are only the beginning of an expansion of massive scale in Europe. The company says it has already signed agreements with utilities, charging network operators and fleet owners.