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Made-in-Portugal EV Charging Stations exported to Australia


Made-in-Portugal EV Charging Stations exported to Australia - portugalbusinessesnews.com
Made-in-Portugal EV Charging Stations exported to Australia - Portugal Business News

Made-in-Portugal EV Charging Stations will be exported to Australia. One of the main Australian car manufacturers, Custom Denning, has selected the made-in-Portugal EV Charging Stations sold by Siemens for their Element fleet. The EV Charging Stations will be produced in Corroios, Setúbal, that is located in southern Portugal.


According to the Australian Government Authority on Climate Change, greenhouse gas emissions produced by vehicles in Australia have increased yearly since 1990, except in 2020 due to the lockdown. Vehicles, that contribute to 21% of emissions in Australia, are the second highest contributor of greenhouse gas emissions and Australia is encouraging the use of low carbon transport. The State of New South Wales intends to convert its fleet of 8,300 buses to zero emission vehicles.


The Siemens SICHARGE UC Charging Station will be part of the tests on zero emission electric buses produced by Custom Denning. Four prototypes of the Element buses with the SICHARGE UC100 having a capacity of up to 100 kW will be produced for testing by operators. It is to be noted that the SICHARGE UC includes a range of products with a capacity of 100 to 600 kW. Custom Denning, that will manufacture the Element buses in Sidney, will have a production capacity of 550 electric buses yearly, both for the domestic and export markets.




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