Autel introduces the MaxiCharger DC HiPower to US consumers at CES

Autel introduces the MaxiCharger DC HiPower to US consumers at CES

The North American expansion began with facilities in Anaheim and North Carolina, with further developments across Europe, APAC and other regions.

Autel Energy introduced the MaxiCharger DC HiPower at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024. Following the initial deployment in Europe, Autel said it is extending its high-power charging network globally. The North American expansion began with facilities in Anaheim and North Carolina, with further developments across Europe, APAC and other regions. Charging hubs will be located near highways, major intersections, as well as suburban and urban areas, which are equipped with surveillance for added security. Each hub will feature at least one MaxiCharger DC HiPower, capable of delivering up to 640 kW, alongside other chargers.

Autel said the introduction of the MaxiCharger DC HiPower aligns with its vision of integrating EV chargers with advanced software and commercial amenities. This initiative aims to strengthen the charging infrastructure and create an energy network, marking a step in the integration of sustainable technology and business, Autel said.

Autel said it recently inaugurated a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Greensboro, North Carolina. The company said this facility is pivotal in producing DC Fast chargers that meet NEVI and BABA standards.

Read here for more coverage on the North American release of Autel’s MaxiCharger DC HiPower.

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