ENERGY for aux. Components in e-vehicles

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Modern and future electrical vehicles for professional use, all face the same challenge: How to get sufficient energy to auxiliary equipment without compromising the vehicle driveline battery.

Danish FALCK took the initiative to develop a solution – using latest technology components from AWILCO – the solution is already installed and deployed in an operational vehicle in Region Syddanmark.

  • The SFC EFOY fuel cell keeps an auxiliary battery charged with green energy, fueled with methanol.
  • The AWILCO Lithium battery stores the energy from the fuelcell and provide either DC supply or pure sine wave supply for any 230V AC equipment needed in the vehicle.
  • For cold climate area, the ENTIFFIC AIR, fueled on either diesel or even green methanol, keeps the vehicle cabin warm, and even charge the connected battery during operation.
  • For warm climate areas, requiring more power for airconditions AWILCO also offer bigger onboard fuelcell solutions to accommodate requirements.

With these above AWILCO components combined, FALCK aims to build autonomous systems which enables users in future e-vehicles to keep auxiliary system powered and cabins heated/ cooled without compromising vehicle driving range.

FALCK has already presented their first vehicle using these components, inspiring the world and leading the way towards sustainable e-mobility.

For details please contact our product specialists

D: +45 56 56 54 01
M: +45 40 56 95 00
Michael Nørgaard
D: +45 56 56 54 02
M: +45 40 87 71 74

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