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Power Electronics unveils its solutions for road electrification at ACT Expo

The world’s leading solar and energy storage company will land at ACT Expo with a range of fast chargers for fleets and road infrastructures reaffirming its commitment to road electrification in the USA.
Power Electronics will be at ACT Expo, the largest trade show focused on transportation technologies, to be held May 1st-4th at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.
The multinational’s booth (6559) will become the perfect spot for automakers, fleet owners, and other show visitors to get an up-close look at Power Electronics’ latest releases, such as the NBi360, NB240, and even our MCS solution.
“We have a firm commitment to road electrification in the US; that’s why we will present at ACT Expo an innovative range of products adapted to the market needs that not only transform the concept of mobility but also drive the electric vehicle sector and continue positioning us as leaders in renewable energy generation,” said Ron Puryear Vice President & General Manager Power Electronics USA.
E-mobility transformation worldwide
Among the wide range of products that has positioned Power Electronics as a major player in the transformation of mobility worldwide, its NB Station product stands out with a power of up to 1.44MW, capable of charging up to 24 vehicles simultaneously and 48 sequentially. In addition, thanks to its extended voltage range of 300 to 1000Vdc, it charges any electric vehicle in a few minutes, whether it be cars, buses, or trucks.
Power Electronics continues developing the MCS (Megawatt Charging System), which will strengthen the company’s position in heavy vehicle charging, expanding the power capacity of the chargers to the range of MWs.
Under the “Energy Unlimited” concept, Power Electronics will present its e-mobility solutions at ACT Expo, demonstrating its commitment to the energy transition.
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