Developing charging facilities for electric vehicles
To meet the challenges of the rapid growth of electric vehicles on your network, GCK Energy offers temporary green power solutions to:
In addition to the equipment already available, and in the case of busy periods, GCK Energy can design and deploy temporary charging solutions for your services during busy periods (e.g., holidays).
As a reqult of an exponential increase in the number of electric cars, regulations now require the deployment of charging stations, particularly on the motorway network. While waiting for available power for definitive installations, GCK Energy can help you set up temporary solutions suited to your needs, particularly in terms of charging power.
Do you have a fleet of vehicles or you want to get equipped? Do you have recharging points on site but have identified additional requirements on construction sites or temporary study sites? GCK Energy provides robust and temporary mobile charging solutions to meet the challenges you fac
Your network needs to adapt to the changing uses. More and more electric vehicles are on the road.
In the first quarter of 2022, electric vehicle (EV) registrations amounted to 224,145 units, a 53.4% jump compared to the same period last year and, more importantly, a 10% share of Europe’s car market (European Union). Today, one in ten cars registered in Europe in 2022 is equipped with a 100% electric engine.
By 2035, no more combustion-engine vehicles will be sold in Europe.
If you have sufficient space in a car park, GCK Energy offers the Green Charger Koncept, a solution suited to:
We can help you optimise your electric vehicle charging infrastructure and capture new customers.
Green energy storage and supply solution. Recharging of heavy equipment, with or without a network connection.
Unique and innovative, the Green Charger is a mobile charging station for electric vehicles. Expand your offer
Mobile, powerful, space-saving, discover this charging station suited to charging electric vehicles
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