GenCellEnergy has launched GenCell EVOX, an EV charging solution that leverages alkaline fuel cells, hydrogen and ammonia to power technologies.
GenCell, a provider of hydrogen and ammonia to power fuel cell solutions, said the EVOX charging solution provides 100 percent green energy and can be distributed around the world along highways and virtually anywhere EVs travel where grid connectivity is inadequate.
The GenCell EVOX solution can service up to ten 75kW DC fast chargers. Leveraging the hydrogen-based fuel cell technology used in the GenCell BOX with up to 920kWh stored as hydrogen together with a 372 – 500kWh energy storage device, each GenCell EVOX solution generates an uninterrupted flow of power in any weather conditions.
In the case of hybrid charging stations combining multiple power resources for optimal cost, efficiency and performance, GenCell’s energy management software monitors and manages the use of different resources at different times to optimize the charging operations.
Each charging solution has the power to charge dozens of EVs per day at DC power rates of between 50kW to 150kW, typically enabling each vehicle to reach a charge of 80 percent energy capacity within 12 – 30 minutes anywhere, anytime, independent of the grid.
This official launch of GenCell EVOX follows the deployment of GenCell’s first off-grid EV charging stations in June 2022, implemented with E.V. Motors Pure Energy the EV charging subsidiary of E.V. Motors, at key locations across Israel’s roadways in a deal valued at $5 million.