Fahrerin eines E-Autos verbindet ein Typ-2-Ladekabel mit einer öffentlichen ubitricity-Ladestation in einem Poller in London, Vereinigtes Königreich.

Siemens und ubitricity: Technologie für GULCS Framework

Aug 16, 2018 | Pressemitteilungen

Siemens und ubitricity werden gemeinsam Smart City-Ladestationen für Elektrofahrzeuge in Londons Wohnbezirke bringen und Straßenlaternen zu Ladepunkten umrüsten.

Siemens ist eine von acht Organistaionen im Londoner Rahmenvertrag des Go-ultra Low City Scheme und wird ubitricitys MobileCharging System mit Mobile Metering anwenden. Diese ist laut Pressemitteilung einzigartig, da dies auf die vorhandene Infrastruktur für Straßenbeleuchtung zurückgreift. Die Umrüstung einer Straßenlampe dauert weniger als eine Stunde, sowohl die Installationskosten als auch die Baumaßnahmen bei der Errichtung des Ladepunktes werden deutlich verringert.

Im Rahmen des Go-ultra Low City Rahmenvertrages werden 3,7 Millionen GBP (ca. 4,1 Millionen EUR) für 1.150 Ladepunkte bis Ende 2020 bereit gestellt.

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Portrait of Nicole Anhoff-Rosin, Head of Marketing & Communications at ubitricity, the operator of the largest charging network in the UK.


Nicole Anhoff
Head of Marketing & Communications

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Über ubitricity

ubitricity ist ein führender Anbieter und Betreiber von Ladelösungen für E-Autos im öffentlichen Raum und unterstützt Städte und Gemeinden beim schnellen Ausbau der Ladeinfrastruktur. Für einen nutzerorientierten Lademix bietet ubitricity AC-Laternenladepunkte, AC-Normal- und DC-Schnellladestationen an und senkt damit Eintrittsbarrieren zur E-Mobilität. ubitricity betreibt mehr als 10.000 Ladepunkte in Europa, darunter Großbritanniens größtes Ladenetz. Auch in Deutschland, Frankreich und den Niederlanden laden Fahrer*innen einfach und bequem an immer mehr ubitricity-Ladepunkten. ubitricity ist eine hundertprozentige Tochtergesellschaft der Shell Gruppe.

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