Russian electric vehicle charger manufacturer debuts in UAE
DUBAI: L-Charge, the Russian-based manufacturer of innovative charging infrastructure for electric vehicles, will debut its cutting-edge technologies at Gestech Exhibition and Conference, the world’s largest event supporting the gas, LNG, hydrogen, and energy industry, Khaleej Times reported.
The L-Charge will highlight how its unique charging solutions, including the stationary and mobile charging stations operated by hydrogen or gas-fueled electrical generator, offer companies from key sectors, mainly the gas and energy, unique advantages such as environmentally-friendly, more reliable and cost-effective and easy to set up chargers, with the ability to add 100 kilometres for EV within 2-7 minute charging.
Dmistir Lashin, CEO of L-Charge, who joins more than 300 distinguished line-up of speakers at the conference, said: “Dubai and the UAE have taken remarkable strides in adopting the most state-of-the-art technologies, mainly in the transportation sector.
Such a strategy underpins a futuristic vision aimed to bring the country on par with the world’s top cities that have moved to advocate renewable and clean sources of energy to operate businesses; thereby preserving the natural resources and helping build a better future for generations to come.”
L-Charge offers its charging stations in two versions: the stationary and mobile. The stationary station can be in-stalled in any location, by highways and traditional petrol stations, in car parks etc.
The mobile version consists of a truck that can travel around the city, charging electrical vehicles upon demand.
L-Charge off-grid charger adds more than 100 kilometers of range in 2-7 minutes. It uses the cleanest fuel types for their chargers: LNG (liquid natural gas) or an LNG/H2 mixture (the ratio depends on regulations and fuel prices) or pure H2.
Natural gas and hydrogen can be stored and transported as a gas or as a liquid for conversion into low-carbon or clean and feasible energy almost anywhere in the world.
Earlier this year, L-Charge began pilot operation of the world’s fastest mobile charging station in Moscow. The company plans to develop a network in Paris, Berlin, New York, Amsterdam and London as well as in the rest of the world.
The electric car industry is expanding rapidly. The International Energy Agency says the number of electric cars, buses, vans and heavy trucks on roads is expected to hit 145 million by 2030.
It is also predicted that in 20 years more than 50 per cent of new cars on roads worldwide will have an electric powertrain.
The UAE is the region’s leader in motivating and using electric vehicles. 20 per cent of government vehicle fleets have been transformed into EV.
Besides, the UAE is expected to have 42,000 EV on its road by 2030. The Gastech Exhibition and Conference will be held at Dubai World Centre on September 21-23, 2021.
This region’s prime gathering is expected to attract more than 250 exhibitors and over 15,000 visitors from around the world.
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