Project for fast load network in rural areas

Project for fast load network in rural areas-network

The food chain Feneberg and the Cleantech company Numbat, which is also domesticated in Allgau, close together for a quick load project. This is apparent from a joint communication. The aim is to offer supermarket customers optimal charging options for e-cars. Together, the two companies want to build the necessary infrastructure. In the coming year, a nationwide range of public fast load columns in a rural region should be created for the first time.

“As a sustainable supermarket chain, we are increasingly facing the challenge that we have to offer our customers a way to quickly store their electric vehicle during purchasing,” says Nico Fischer, Head of Construction, Building and Energy Management of the Foodman Feneberg. “Our customers are mainly due to fast shop, but for us it must of course also be economically implementable.”The cost of installation, acquisition and operation are simply too high at the currently existing models.

In fact, electromobility makes companies in front of great challenges. Although the approval of E vehicles, the installation of charging columns increases, but especially in the high-power range – contributors are progressing. The blame is the only difficult to fulfillable connection to the electricity grid as well as the high acquisition and installation costs, it says in the message. With the combination of two technologies, Feneberg and Numbat want to build a network with an average of a Quick Loading Column every 10 kilometers.

Thanks to integrated battery memories, PV electricity can be stored from its own solar systems. This makes it feasible to fully allocate up to 2000 cars with even generated electricity in 10-15 minutes each year. The topic of sustainability is also important, so Fischer. The battery technology used fulfills this requirement. Planned the installation at the locations from the 3. Quarter 2022.

The founders of Numbat, Maximilian Wegener and Martin Schall, see themselves confirmed. Quick loading columns could not only be created on highways or hubs, but by the combination with battery storage almost everywhere. “Because our numbats do not have to be connected to the medium-voltage grid, we avoid intervention in the infrastructure and major construction work such as transformer stations.”Currently there are 82 Feneberg branches, it says. The catchment area therefore extends within a radius of 100 kilometers around Kempten to Lake Constance in the West, according to Ulm and Munich in the north, Garmisch-Partenkirchen in the East and Oberstdorf in the south.

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2 thoughts on “Project for fast load network in rural areas”

  1. … with self-generated electricity in 10-15 minutes fully loaded ..
    What are the battery stations. As a BEV, Kia and Hyundai do not do this yet.
    Fun aside, such solutions need the country, well notemed country. Unfortunately, there are almost only snoring loaders in the Allgau, in the surrounding area, there is sometimes a lot of darkness with quick loaders.
    A customer discount on charging costs would be desirable.
    Appeal to all purchasing markets: Please pay out every market in the future with quick loaders, and then with 150kW +++.

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  2. Up to 2.000 E cars would be a year ..

    … at 365 days about 5.5 charges a day.
    … about 270 kWh per day at 50 kWh per charge.
    … at 98.000 kWh a year (1.000 kWh a year per 7.5m “PV area) approximately 735 m² PV area.
    … at a 100 kWh battery about 20.000 Euro net battery costs.
    … at 4.000 Ladcycles per 50 kWh cargo approx. 5 Euro (per kWh about 10 cents) for battery wear.
    … at 10 cents per kWh PV electricity piston costs plus 10 cents battery wear equal 20 ct / kWh.
    … at 20 cents per kWh plus depreciation charging station and other costs incl. VAT. Ca. 30 – 39 cents / kWh.

    In the winter months you would have to be glad if it is enough for a cargo with 50 kWh a day, on the other hand, more than 5.5 charges would be possible in the summer months.

    For a larger battery and a larger PV system, to compensate for bad weather and light-arm months, the charging costs would be a lot more expensive if the system should expect.

    Save with a PV battery charging station hardly, because you could also feed the power of the PV system into the mains, save the expensive battery and relate power from the network.

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