Peugeot Design Lab has intended for the organization DRIVECO universal charging station of solar power for electric car.
Peugeot, through its division Peugeot Design Lab, composed by the French organization DRIVECO a charging station for electric vehicles controlled by sun energy.
The station, called Parasol, has 88 photovoltaic boards (150 m2) which create 29 kWh of energy, and a lithium-particle battery 8 kWh which feeds up to seven terminals, giving 3-22 kWh. The greatest force burden is 70 kW.
Accordingly, power can be redistributed for the duration of the day, even in times of low sun based force, and share it on a system of a few stations on account of “smart grid“. If there should be an occurrence of overproduction, the power delivered can be exchanged to different stations situated close either bolstered again into the nearby power lattice (36 kW system association). Every charging station has 7 focuses all the while recharge for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The charging time relies on upon the mode chose: quick typical burden (Combo, CA, CHAdeMO) or (Type 2, Type 3).
The openwork wooden structure holding the 150 m2 of sunlight based boards brings out the state of the branches of a tree while the flared base Parasol amicably coordinates recharging terminals and electricity storage batteries.
The primary show of this innovation for recharging electric vehicles has been introduced on the French island of Corsica, the point is to give the island a system of 700 charging stations each 50 kilometers and is as of now booked the establishment of the initial 70 stations all through the domain. This anticipate, financed by the European Union last March started with the dispatch of the main charging station in the city of Bastia, and the second in the city of Ajaccio.
DRIVECO, electric charging station designed by Peugeot