EVBox introduces modular EV DC charging station to the U.S.

EVBox introduces modular EV DC charging station to the U.S.

EVBox has introduced its fast charging station, EVBox Troniq Modular, with a power capacity of up to 240kW, to the North American market.

EVBox has introduced its fast charging station, EVBox Troniq Modular, with a power capacity of up to 240kW, to the North American market. This DC fast charging station is already in service across the European market.

The company will assemble EVBox Troniq Modular for the U.S. market at its Libertyville, Illinois, facility, where it also assembles its AC commercial charging station EVBox Iqon.

EVBox Troniq Modular can charge up to two cars at the same time. It has smart charging features, which allow for power distribution via Dynamic & Cluster Load Balancing, enabling energy optimization on-site, the company says.

The product is slated to start shipping in the second half of 2023.

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