The existing standard solution is to build EV charging stations to solve the range problem of electric vehicles. But the vast capital investment makes the current number of EV charging stations unable to meet the demand. When your electric car has only ten percent of charge left, you will start to be anxious to find an EV charging station, so the charging experience will also affect the promotion of electric cars to some extent. Mobile EV charging is the new model that emerged from this situation.
Insufficient number of charging stations
In the United States, 80 percent of EV drivers charge their vehicles at home, often using slow Level 1 or Level 2 chargers. But as EVs become more popular, the network of public charging stations will need to be expanded. The current number of EV charging stations in every country worldwide is far from adequate to meet demand.
According to a National Renewable Energy Laboratory study, 3.4 DC fast chargers and 40 Level 2 charging ports are required for every 1,000 electric vehicles. Assuming 35 million electric cars by 2030, the U.S. will need to build about 50,000 DC fast chargers and 1.2 million Level 2 ports. That means 380 EV charging ports will be installed daily for the next nine years! However, the average number of ports installed in the U.S. between 2010 and 2020 is about 30 per day. So when your electric car encounters an emergency power problem, you may not be able to find a charging station in time to refill it.
SETEC POWER mobile charging system
Based on the demand for mobile EV charging from charging station operators, fleet operators, etc., SETEC POWER has released a new mobile charging system with a built-in battery pack. SETEC Power mobile charging system can be installed on trailers or minivans and provide emergency charging services for electric vehicles anywhere. This system can charge different EVs (CHAdeMO, CCS, and GB/T) on the road. Compared with gasoline-powered or similar generators internally, this mobile charging system is fully green and not polluted.
The SETEC Power mobile charging system is specifically designed for fast charging and uses 60kw DC fast charging technology to provide over 100 miles of range in less than 30 minutes. SETEC Power mobile charging system’s 56kwh battery pack can be charged at any public EV charging station (AC/DC) with CCS2 or CCS1, CHAdeMO, type 2, or type 1 charging plugs/cables once the battery level is low.In addition, the SETEC Power mobile EV charging system has a 4G network, WIFI, and Ethernet communication capabilities, allowing you to check charging system information such as location, charging progress, and billing information from your cell phone.
With a growing industry of mobile charging vehicles set to hit the road, electric vehicle drivers will soon be able to charge their cars more efficiently. They must contact the companies that provide charging services and these vans with the Emergency mobile EV charging system.
The vans will stop to provide charging. These services are aimed at drivers whose cars are running out of power on the road and those whose parking lots don’t yet have EV chargers installed.
In conclusion, with the popularity of electric vehicles, mobile charging methods are bound to become a complement to future charging. It’s just that in the advanced stage of technology, standards are not yet unified, which means there are more opportunities for innovation, and we can expect more solutions.