Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Russian EV charger manufacturer makes a debut in UAE

Russian EV Charger Manufacturer has made a Debut in UAE. L-Charge, a Russian producer of unique charging infrastructure for electric cars, will showcase its cutting-edge innovations at the Gestech Exhibition and Conference, the world’s largest exhibition supporting the gas, LNG, hydrogen, and energy industries.

The L-Charge will demonstrate how its unique charging solutions, which include stationary and mobile charging stations powered by hydrogen or gas-fueled electrical generators, provide companies in key sectors, primarily the gas and energy industries, with advantages such as environmental friendliness, increased reliability, cost-effectiveness, and ease of installation, with the ability to add 100 kilometres for electric vehicles.

Mr. Dmistir Lashin, the 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 source of energy to operate businesses; thereby preserving the natural resources and helping build a better future for generations to come.”

“As one of the leading innovative EV charging infrastructure manufacturers in Russia and globally, we are keen to support the UAE and region’s drive to transform their existing business models of vehicle fleets into electricity-operated ones. L-Charge’s outstanding solutions, including the world’s first mobile off-grid supercharger, can be deployed everywhere and at any time, offering businesses and motorists a hassle-free service to pursue their journeys.”

L-Charge offers two types of charging stations: stationary and mobile. The stationary station can be set up anywhere, including along roads and at typical gas stations, as well as in parking lots. The mobile version is a truck that can go around the city and charge electric automobiles on demand. Unlike its global competitors, L-infrastructure Charge consists of tiny power stations capable of generating, storing, and charging electric vehicles without the use of a grid. This not only makes the company’s charging stations self-contained and independent of the power grid, but it also makes them environmentally friendly.

In just 2-7 minutes, the L-Charge off-grid charger may provide more than 100 kilometres of range to your vehicle. Their chargers employ LNG (liquid natural gas) or an LNG/H2 blend (the ratio varies depending on regulations and fuel prices) or pure H2. Natural gas and hydrogen can be stored and transferred as a gas or a liquid practically everywhere in the world for conversion into low-carbon or clean and feasible energy.

L-Charge began testing the world’s quickest mobile charging station in Moscow earlier this year. The company intends to expand its network throughout the world, including in Paris, Berlin, New York, Amsterdam, and London.

The electric vehicle sector is quickly growing. According to the International Energy Agency, by 2030, there will be 145 million electric automobiles, buses, vans, and large trucks on the road. More than half of all new automobiles on the road in 20 years will have an electric motor, according to estimates.

The UAE leads the region in terms of encouraging and utilising electric vehicles. A total of 20% of government vehicle fleets have been converted to electric vehicles. Furthermore, by 2030, the UAE is predicted to have 42,000 electric vehicles on the road. Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai and Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates. More than 250 exhibitors and over 15,000 guests from around the world are scheduled to attend this region’s premier event. The Gestech Exhibition and Conference will be held in Dubai World Centre on September 21-23, 2021.

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