ON Power, a part of Reykjavik Energy, has signed a contract with ABB for the delivery and installation of 15 Terra multi-standard DC chargers type 53 CJG at various points along Iceland’s main highway. The order has come into place through ABB’s channel partner, Johan Rönning.
Today there are over 1,400 electric vehicles on the road in Iceland. This is partly due to a state-financed incentive program, which supports the purchase of electric vehicles. The tender for fast chargers is part of the country’s campaign to promote and expand Iceland’s e-mobility strategy by increasing the availability of flexible and robust charging stations along central locations of the national highway across the entire country.
The specified fast charger can charge an electric vehicle in just 15-30 minutes, featuring easy to read touch screen displays and graphic visualization together with low operational noise. All chargers can be combined with comprehensive solutions for user authorization, payment and network connectivity.
ON Power’s business development manager, Jón Sigurðsson added: “We have chosen to invest in fast charger technology as part of our role in the green transformation of Iceland. Iceland’s electricity production is primarily based on sustainable energy. This is why it makes perfect sense for the transport sector to be a part of the electrification process.
ABB has delivered fast charger solutions as part of its contribution to promoting sustainable mobility since 2010 and has sold more than 5,000 e-vehicle fast chargers globally.
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