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Slovak EV project to deploy fast chargers nationwide

The Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava has implemented a Tritium Veefil-RT 50kW DC fast charger as part of a research project looking to deploy fast charging solutions across the country.

Veefil-RT charger

The Slovak Academy of Sciences has deployed Tritium’s Veefil-RT fast charger.

The research into e-mobility and Vehicle to Grid (V2G) charging in Slovakia is being carried out by the academy alongside Nissan Sales Central & Eastern Europe, with Zeroemission, Tritium’s distributor in the region having also cooperated.

The project will deploy fast chargers within the country although the exact number and location is still to be determined.

Zeroemission CEO Peter Nagy said Tritium’s Veefil-RT brings a number of bespoke features that render it particularly suitable for the project, adding: “In particular its liquid-cooled technology gives it a long and low-maintenance life cycle, and enables it to operate effectively in extreme temperatures. An added bonus is the Veefil-RT is very quiet when in use and doesn’t intrude on the environment – important if the charger is located somewhere where noise could disturb people, for example outside a pavement café where a driver might wait while their battery is recharged.”

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