Mobility Portal, Spain
Date: July 5, 2024
RTFLY aims to revolutionize fast charging and capture global eMobility market share
By Lucía Colaluce

RTFLY aims to revolutionize fast charging and capture global eMobility market share

The Chinese company exclusively reveals to Mobility Portal Europe its ambitious expansion plans and new technological developments in electric vehicle (EV) charging devices. How will RTFLY transform the electric mobility market?
RTFLY in Power2Drive

During the Power2Drive event, Vincent Zhou, representative of Zhongshan RongTeng Eco-Energy Technology (RTFLY), shares with Mobility Portal Europe that the company is currently developing new alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) fast chargers for home use, along with an integrated photovoltaic charging system for electric vehicles (EV).

Zhou explains how RTFLY aims to position itself in the market with innovative EV chargers designed to be more accessible and user-friendly.

The exclusive interview took place at ‘POWER2DRIVE’, one of the electric mobility sector’s most important trade fairs, where the executive discussed their goals and challenges in global expansion.

The company’s objective is to make their devices more compact and intelligent, with high power capacity.

Currently, the firm markets its products in South America, countries in Oceania, and Middle Eastern territories, with plans to expand into other markets on the continent and in Europe.

RTFLY’s portable EV charger.

RTFLY distinguishes itself from competitors by emphasizing compatibility, diversity, and durability in its equipment.

The company offers a portable EV charger equipped with multiple power supply plugs, allowing it to be used anywhere with access to a power socket.

This solution is gaining traction in the market as charging networks are not yet fully consolidated, addressing areas with insufficient charging points and meeting specific user needs.

RTFLY also offers wall chargers with a maximum charging power of 22 kilowatts, enabling fast charging and adjustable current to suit user requirements.

Challenges in global EV expansion

In this interview, Zhou discusses his team’s conflicts and difficulties in their mission to popularise electric vehicles in new territories.

“Our main challenge is that EVs are not very popular in Europe right now; they are just beginning. Therefore, reducing costs without large-scale production is not easy,” the speaker noted.

This is largely due to the recent preliminary conclusion by the European Commission in its ongoing investigation into the battery electric vehicle (BEV) supply chain in China, suggesting unfair subsidies.

The central argument is that this situation poses a potential economic threat to BEV manufacturers in the European Union.

If negotiations with Chinese authorities do not resolve this matter satisfactorily, provisional compensatory duties may be introduced from the 4th of July.

These duties would only be levied if definitive tariffs are established.

Zhou further adds, “We will continue to improve our supply chain and utilize automated facilities to reduce costs and offer cost-effective items to consumers.”

RTFLY’s journey in the sector

Originally from China, RTFLY stands out as a manufacturer and exporter specializing in zero-emission vehicle parts.

The company’s factory in Zhongshan city employs over 100 people and spans a workshop of more than 10,000 square meters

This infrastructure enables a production capacity of 5,000 charging devices and stations per week.

Their product range includes portable chargers, wall charging stations, and various EVSE components.

With a strong track record in research, development, and production, RTFLY has established itself in the global market by combining competitive pricing, exceptional quality, and first-class service.

As part of their reputation, the team has obtained relevant high-standard certifications such as CE, TUV-Mark, UKCA, UL, REACH, RoHS, CB, and KC, among others.

It is noteworthy that, according to Zhou, the corporation’s goal is to “contribute to environmental protection and a low-carbon life,” focusing primarily on promoting electric vehicle chargers.

In fact, their participation in the event aimed to promote the use of sustainable transportation units, including both cars and motorcycles.

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