We are working towards a sustainability world where a seamless charging experience is the standard for every electric vehicle, and this not only impacts e-mobility but goes on to transform the way we power our everyday.
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Heliox is working on the design and demonstration of a battery integrated fast charger to enable fast charging at locations with limited power availability in a cost-effective way and enable future grid strengthening.
Heliox is working on the on the use case for multi-purpose DC chargers. The end objective is to develop an efficient, reliable, reconfigurable, and highly integrated power electronic converter system.
The project aims to standardize e-ferry charging, develop new business models for battery-powered boats and make ferry operations faster and more sustainable.
Heliox is responsible for R&D and validation of scaling of charging infrastructure heavy duty electric vehicles. Focusing on Megawatt charging, the integration of bi-directional energy systems and virtual power plants in multiple use cases.
Heliox is leading a core working group to to validate the use case for Megawatt charging. Additionally, a core part of the project is the intensive research and knowledge transfer by the community and partners to achieve economic efficiency and standardization.
Within the project, Heliox is leading the development a cyber security system architecture for a charging infrastructure. Thus, helping to build a secure and reliable link between electric vehicles and grid operators.
The aim of the project is to develop and demonstrate an operational approach for a fleet to extend the battery life of public transport buses by 20%. The bus owner also gains insight into the health of the battery.
Local Energy Hubs focuses on developing a decentralized energy infrastructure aimed at optimizing solar power, energy storage, charging stations for E-trucks and consumers of sustainable energy on industrial sites.
FLOW tests, validates and enhances user-centric V2X smart charging solutions and their orchestrated integration into energy grids that deliver flexibility assets to favour additional penetration of renewables and alleviate energy grid challenges.
The aim of the project is to develop TruckCharge, a solution for the smart, dynamic and automated charging of electric trucks at depots and distribution centres. Heliox is developing the smart dynamic charging infrastructure for truck depots.
Within E2GO cross-disciplinary, intersectoral and international collaborations between academic groups and industry partners are formed with a clear main objective: cost-reduction of EV fast-charging infrastructure to enable massive deployment for large-scale electrification of mobility.
Bringing together 49 partners from across the EU and beyond, eBRT2030 aims to demonstrate the applicability of a new generation of eBRT systems in different urban contexts with innovative solutions that are economically viable and enhanced with new automation and connectivity functionalities.
The ‘Charging Energy Hubs’ project, an initiative aiming to accelerate the electrification of the logistics sector through collaboration, research and innovation. The consortium includes key players such as Shell, Prodrive, DAF, DAMEN, Scholt Energy, Firan, ElaadNL, Dynniq Energy, and TNO.
DRIVE2X aims to accelerate the shift to mass electromobility deployment through innovative smart charging techniques and technological advancements in bidirectional charging solutions.
The project is focusing on improving the way energy is generated and transmitted through the use of digitised and intelligent electronic power - strongly contributing to the decarbonization of European society and the protection of our climate.
The aim of FLEXINet is a system that accelerates the energy transition. We hope to make a substantial contribution to reaching climate targets by cleverly combining various techniques – think of blending recycled batteries with flexible heat pumps and the charging of electric cars.
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