Ultrafast charging station for electric vehicles

  • Radosław Figura Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities
  • Sebastian Sadowski Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities
  • Robert Siroić Delta Electronics
Keywords: charging station, electric vehicles


The infrastructure of electric vehicle could generate very high request on energy. To reduce the request and average the power consumption we can build stations with battery. In technology with battery is possible supply the plugs from various sources - directly from the grid or from the battery. This solution could be expand by next charging positions joined to the battery. The connection system between battery and charging positions has a conditioners and intelligent switches(grid/battery) separate for all positions. Cells with its construction can provide power to the EV or nearby buildings even while the grid is off. Necessary is provide proper conditions work of cells for maintain the longest lifetime of battery.


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