ABB Launches 8-minute Charger for Electric Vehicles

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This week at Hannover Messe, ABB launched what it says is the world’s fastest e-vehicle charger.

The Terra High Power charger can charge up to 350 kilowatts, which translates to about 200 kilometers of range for an EV, in just 8 minutes, according to the company.

ABB said that its chargers are being installed around the world, and they have recently been selected for use by Electrify America, the biggest electric vehicle infrastructure project to date in the United States.

The new charger is ideally suited for use at highway rest stops and gas stations.

Read more: Convenience at Heart of New US Ultra-Fast EV Charging Network

 

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