The world’s fastest ultrafast chargers are now being installed in Bergen, Norway’s second-largest city.
This world-record charging experience will be available to Norway’s 600,000+ EV drivers.
With a maximum output of 360 kW, the Terra 360 is capable of fully charging an electric car in 15 minutes or less.
The world’s fastest ultrafast chargers are now being installed in Norway. The first installations for ABB’s Terra 360 are in Norway’s second-largest city, Bergen, and Norwegian ski resort Geilo. This world-record charging experience will be available to Norway’s 600,000+ EV drivers.
The company shares a stunning announcement regarding the speed of this station:
“The charging stations can simultaneously charge up to two vehicles with dynamic power distribution. With a maximum output of 360 kW, the Terra 360 is a future-proof solution capable of fully charging an electric car in 15 minutes or less.”
There will soon be a more widespread rollout across Norway and Sweden, and further proof that the ABB charging technology can perform well in extreme weather conditions.
Frank Muehlon, CEO of ABB E-mobility, explains:
“Having recently unveiled the Terra 360 to the world, these are truly landmark launches which we are delighted to partner with Eviny on. Norway is setting the global standard when it comes to the e-mobility transition and we are excited to hear the reaction of EV drivers in one of the most advanced nations for EV adoption.”
Max Holland for CleanTechnica shares :
“Norway, the leading country in electric transport adoption, saw plugin electric vehicle share of 84.2% in April, up from 80.1% year-on-year. April is typically a yearly low point for plugins, so this is a decent result. Overall auto volumes were down some 26% year-on-year, at 9,725 units. Fleet share of plugins now stands at 23%.”
Eviny adds to this and facilitates Norway’s EV transition, with more than 400 fast chargers currently installed in more than 150 locations across the country.
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