Phihong Technology is launching a new subsidiary, Zerova, to cater exclusively to the electric vehicle charging market.
The power supply manufacturer is unveiling its new specialist EV charging company at The 35th International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS), in Oslo, Norway. Joining 2,500 Conference delegates, Zerova has unveiled its new offer and portfolio of charging solutions for the global market. Zerova offers flexibility and adaptability for a variety of charging applications covering residential, commercial and fleet chargers, as well as the provision of large-scale charging infrastructure, such as EV charging hubs.
Patrik Ott, VP Business Development at Zerova said, “The availability of charging infrastructure will be the key catalyst for the wider uptake of electric vehicles. By working in partnership with our customers to deliver agile solutions that adapt to the specific requirements of end users, regions and sites, we can accelerate the rollout and uptake of fit-for-purpose EV charging worldwide.”
“With the US and EU targets to produce 500,000 and 3 million public chargers respectively by 2030, we’re launching to empower the future – delivering charging solutions that enable organisations to be better and faster in rolling out such infrastructure. We’re excited to be attending the EVS35 to showcase the potential our products have to support sustainability goals.”
Zerova offers a comprehensive service to energy companies and fleet operators, providing everything from planning, design and production, to construction and set up, including real time monitoring of chargers and payment infrastructure. It also provides a comprehensive after sales service with rigorous training, 24/7 support and repairs and upgrades.
The company draws on its parent company’s experience working with the likes of Audi, Jaguar, Helsinki Bus Charging Depot, and Watt EV.
Zerova’s products will be shown at the EVS35 conference and the company will exhibit a variety of charging solutions, including Level 3 DC chargers ranging from 30kW to 360kW and Level 2 AC EVSE ranging from 16 amps to 48 amps, as well as portable chargers and user interface (HMI) and a cloud-based management platforms. Through its front-end mobile app, people can search for nearby chargers, schedule charging appointments, and monitor charging status. System operators can monitor the status of individual EV chargers and remotely update them, enabling long-term maintenance and management, tailored to their specific needs.