Mobility Portal, Spain
Date: April 30, 2024
Inés Platini
By Inés Platini

Autel Energy introduces the Maxicharger MCS to the European market

The company is one of the few that has announced it will have this type of product ready for this year. In fact, Autel’s MCS is already available for pre-orders in Europe. What benefits does it offer?
AUTEL chargers

During the Nordic EV Summit, Autel showcased its entire charging lineup, encompassing both direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) to meet the demands of a wide array of customers.

Per Jeppson, VP of Sales Nordic at Autel Energy.

“We offer an extensive range spanning from small domestic chargers to high-power equipment,” states Per Jeppson, VP of Sales Nordic at Autel, in conversation with Mobility Portal Europe.

Now, the firm is introducing a new solution to the European market, widely anticipated in the sector, especially for heavy-duty charging.

“We will be launching the one megawatt charger for trucks and buses,” Jeppson anticipates.

He elaborates: “I believe there are only two other companies in Europe that have announced having it ready this year.”

The Maxicharger Megawatt Charging System (MCS) is the next generation in charging solutions distinguished by its impressive maximum power in megawatts and its compatibility with satellites, ensuring seamless integration with the MCS socket.

Autel MCS charger.

It is worth noting that Autel’s MCS is already available for pre-orders in Europe.

This solution is crucial for compliance with strict European regulations that will drive the demand for eTrucks and other heavy vehicles on the continent.

It is also ideal for meeting the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR), which involves adapting the electrical grid in response to power demands linked to the energy transition.

This regulation mandates the development of a public charging network, installing points that will require accumulated investments of around 1.4 billion euros.

Of this amount, approximately 50 per cent will be for network reinforcement and extension, and the other 50 per cent for charging infrastructure installation.

Undoubtedly, this is one of the regulatory milestones of 2024, which recently came into effect, on April 13.

This will enable the transition to emission-free road transport and contribute to the goal of reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55 per cent by 2030.

Our MCS directly addresses these challenges, aligning with the EU’s decarbonization goals and meeting the growing need for high-capacity charging solutions,” emphasizes the company representative.

How else does Autel drive compliance with these objectives?

The company not only promotes CO2 emissions reduction with its charging solutions but also calculates and offsets its carbon footprint through various actions, such as tree planting.

“As soon as we do something, we create something on the other side,” highlights Per Jeppson.

And he explains: “We must do it the right way because if we rush too fast without proper planning, we might solve one problem and create another. The challenge is to find a model where everything fits.”

In which countries can Autel’s products be found?

Established in 2004, the company, as a manufacturer and technology provider, has a presence in 70 countries and regions, including the United States and Australia.

Meanwhile, it proactively began researching and developing an EV charging solution in 2021, with the aim of promoting sustainable development in the fields of mobility, technology, and new energies.

Its main vision is to make clean energy accessible to everyone through high-quality and affordable chargers.

Understanding the crucial role EVs play in promoting sustainability, it is committed to accelerating the adoption of these vehicles and advancing charging solutions worldwide.

Specifically within the European market, it has approximately seven offices.

These are distributed in the northern part of the continent, such as Norway, Stockholm, and the United Kingdom, as well as in the Netherlands, Spain, Germany, France, and Italy.

Autel Energy caters to all needs, from households to commercial parking lots and public stations.

Its products are designed to meet the diverse needs of EV drivers, providing them with efficient and reliable charging solutions.

“We are a Chinese manufacturer, but everything is designed and produced for Europe, and our idea is not to sell by price or ideas, it is to sell good products,” concludes Jeppson.

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