Ready for the future with the market leader KEBA
The electric revolution has long since become the leading theme of mobility. Across Europe, more and more individuals are recognizing the benefits of electric cars. They would like to see the integration of intelligent charging stations into smart homes.
So it is not surprising that the topic of electric mobility is a must in the general program of the energy saving fair in Wels. Gerhard Wimmer from the Austrian market leader KEBA has been invited to the stage to give a lecture. He will be providing the visitors with insights into the market and be conveying his knowledge on intelligent charging.
- When? Saturday, March 2, 2019, 3:00 pm
- Where? Event stage of the OÖ Energiesparverband, Hall 20, 2nd floor
KEBA expert Gerhard Wimmer will also be participating in the panel discussion on "E-Auto & Smart Home", which will be held by an ORF presenter.
- When? Sunday, March 3, 2019, 3:15 pm
- Where? ORF Radio OÖ Stage, Hall 1
Come and experience KEBA charging stations live
Numerous KEBA KeContact P30 wall boxes will be exhibited at our partners’ stands. In addition, Wels Strom will provide 20 of our charging stations for visitors to use free-of-charge to charge their electric car during their trade show stay.
Our KEBA electric mobility expert, Gerhard Wimmer, is already looking forward to your participation in his talk and to some personal discussions. Feel free to contact him in advance via LinkedIn or Xing.
Expert lecture: The right charging station for my electric car
More about the Energy Saving Fair 2019
The Energiesparmesse in Wels opens its doors tomorrow, on 27 February. The first two days are only for trade visitors. Afterwards - from the 1st to the 3rd of March - the entire exhibition center is also open to the public. You require further information about the fair? Follow the link to the official website.
New test center for wall boxes at KEBA in Linz
Yesterday KEBA opened a new test center for large installations of wall boxes in the garage of the company’s headquarters in Linz (Austria). With the ever increasing spread of load management and the loading of electric vehicles in a master-slave-network (e.g. as a fleet solution in car parks or residential buildings), it is essential for KEBA to test features, simulate the behavior of its wall boxes in controlled charging processes and thus to permanently ensure product quality.
In the new test center, KEBA’s quality assurance team can thoroughly test up to 15 electric vehicles, replicate errors from field installations and gain valuable insights for ongoing and further developments. The lively exchange and close networking with the in-house service, product management and development department ensures the high quality of the wall boxes.
"Urcharge" project examines crucial questions about the viability of e-mobility for everyday use
One of the largest and longest electric mobility field tests in Austrian history starts tomorrow. For the project "Urcharge" (Urban Charging) 51 households in a Linz residential complex will be exchanging their fuel car for an electric car including their own KEBA charging station, which is integrated into the Linz AG charging solution "WallBOX CitySolution". It will provide answers to fundamental questions about what infrastructure and charging behaviour is needed in order to make the day-to-day use of e-mobility a decisive environmental protection factor in urban areas, even for densely populated areas. The start of the project had been postponed due to Corona - now the project gets underway.