The Ultrafast E-Charging of Tomorrow

Moving from isolated assets
to an integrated charging system

 
Challenges

Energy providers are expected to cope with ever increasing power demand emerging from new technologies and infrastructure requirements.

A key challenge is the optimization and balancing of the grid load through the electric vehicle charging infrastructure, including the necessary processing of real time data.

Our answer is a fast and smart e-charging solution—moving from isolated assets to an integrated charging system—a more efficient and sustainable way for powering future of e-mobility.

 

Mixed e-fleets require ultra-fast, flexible and smart controlled power supply.

Reduced downtime during installation and maintenance is key for investment.

Commercial efficiency of e-fleets grows with smart and scalable charging systems.

 
An integrated charging system

The typical single-point charging architecture is limiting the viability of e-mobility charging as both capex and opex are too high. At GE, we are moving away from charging isolated assets, and coming up with a centralized integrated system to charge vehicles at the fleet level—homogeneous or mixed—at the most commercially efficient manner.

GE´s centralized ultra-fast multi-point DC charging system, designed with unprecedented flexibility, scalability and affordability, is enabling a highly competitive cost per terminal for the market. It also enables a more secured growth model that will expand the charging infrastructure in parallel to the rising demand. The infrastructure is developed with financial security and demand certainty.