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Date: February 21, 2024
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EUROLOOP, under the brand WILLBERT, unveiled its latest innovation at the eMobility Expo World Congress in Valencia. While Belgium is its main market, the company will seek to market the charger in other countries. What benefits does the Amber II offer?
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EUROLOOP is a technology company that provides super-efficient DC chargers for electric vehicles under the brand WILLBERT, along with comprehensive software solutions designed to manage and monetize the charging business.

During the eMobility Expo World Congress in Valencia, the International Fair of Energy and Environment held in Valencia, Spain, the firm showcased its latest innovation, the Amber II S-Hub.

It’s the first charger on the market that can provide up to 720 kilowatts from just two independent chargers,” explains Marek Gutt-Mostowy, CEO & Founder at EUROLOOP and WILLBERT, in conversation with Mobility Portal Europe.

And he continues: “It’s the most economical and easy-to-install option where you need high-power equipment. With this technology, you can save on capital expenses and provide the best user experience.”

Currently, the company operates in seven markets, with Belgium being the main one.

“Most of them are within the European Union, except for Norway. Outside of Europe, there’s the United States (US),” indicates Gutt-Mostowy.

“We have a client in the US who will have the first charger installed by April. It will be located in Texas,” he adds.

Far from focusing solely on these markets, WILLBERT seeks to expand into new countries, both within the US, and Europe.

That’s why the CEO of the firm attended the eMobility Expo World Congress.

When asked about the opportunity to enter the Spanish market, Gutt-Mostowy indicates: “We would be delighted to enter, and we may have the first charger installed very soon.”

What features does the Amber II by WILLBERT offer?

“These chargers present the most efficient and flexible solutions on the market, used for charging personal, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles,” comments the firm’s CEO.

Willbert’s chargers.

A distinctive feature of the Amber II is its ability to be custom-configured.

For example, it offers various power options ranging from 60 to 360 kilowatts.

It also offers configuration options, allowing users to select the number of cables (two-four) and user interfaces (one-two) per unit to suit location requirements.

Additionally, it can operate independently or be integrated with the S-Hub configuration to double performance (up to 720 kilowatts).

Lastly, it’s worth mentioning that the wiring can be defined to match charging network requirements.

As for this year’s goals, the company plans to scale up Amber II production.

“We aim for 100 chargers this year. This is an initial and crucial period where the number of units isn’t as large,” acknowledges Gutt-Mostowy.

He adds, “It’s important not to rush it and ensure each charger operates fully, and if there’s any issue, we can provide prompt support to customers. Besides product features, reliability is paramount in this market.”

An interesting fact is that the Amber II S-Hub has been nominated for an Innovation Award in Charging Infrastructure at the prestigious Laadinfra Congress in Brussels, Belgium.

Although the firm is currently focused on the Amber II, Gutt-Mostowy tells Mobility Portal Europe that they are working on “something new” from which they will soon provide more details.

What other chargers does WILLBERT offer?

The Amber I, predecessor to the II, delivers up to 180 kilowatts of power, enabling the fast charging of any vehicle on the market up to 80 percent in less than 30 minutes.

Compared to many other products on the market, the Amber I doesn’t require separate electrical cabinets to operate or additional electrical equipment, as everything needed is included in the box.

It’s worth mentioning that each Amber charger is equipped with a dedicated connection to HAWKe, the company’s platform.

This way, the firm automatically analyzes all charging sessions, updates software, and monitors detailed technical parameters on every charger across the network.

Additionally, the HAWKe platform can easily settle and invoice direct payments for charging sessions.

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