Autel Energy announced its global high-power charging network advancement at CES 2024 by showcasing its MaxiCharger DC HiPower.
With a total power output of up to 640 kW, the MaxiCharger DC HiPower can charge one vehicle at a maximum of 480 kW, or two vehicles synchronously at 320 kW each.
"The MaxiCharger DC HiPower, with a maximum output power of 640 kW, sets a new industry standard and delivers up to 250 miles of range in just 10 minutes," said Shane Long, Chief Technology Officer of Autel Energy US. "This innovation embodies our vision for the future of EV charging, demonstrating our dedication to leading the development of a more efficient and sustainable world."
Following the initial deployment in Europe, Autel has been extending its high-power charging network globally. The North American expansion began with facilities in Anaheim and North Carolina, with further developments across Europe, APAC, and other regions.
Charging hubs will be strategically located near highways, major intersections, as well as suburban and urban areas, which are equipped with surveillance for added security.
Each hub will feature at least one MaxiCharger DC HiPower, alongside other chargers.