ABB E-mobility has announced the delivery of its one millionth electric vehicle (EV) charger, the latest milestone in the company’s ongoing mission to enable an emission-free future through smart and reliable EV charging solutions.
With a presence in more than 85 markets, the launch of ABB E-mobility’s new production facility in Valdarno, Italy in 2022, completed a doubling of the company’s production capacity over the last two years.
The cutting-edge manufacturing site set a new benchmark for the sector, producing one DC fast charger every 20 minutes thanks to its seven production lines and enabling the company to continue the exceptional growth it has enjoyed in recent years.
“From the production of the EU’s first 50kW charger in 2010 to the launch of the Terra 360, which is capable of delivering 100km of range in less than three minutes, ABB E-mobility has long sought to develop the innovations necessary to create an emission-free mobility future,” said Speaking on the announcement, ABB E-mobility CEO, Frank Mühlon.
“While our continual investment in research and development shows our ongoing commitment to enhance the field of e-mobility, it is the global delivery of these solutions at scale which is integral to the realization of our goals.
“I would like to thank our customers globally for their continued collaboration in hitting this one millionth charger milestone. I look forward to the millions yet to come, and to the cleaner, greener world they will help create.”
ABB E-mobility’s new facility in Valdarno completed a doubling of the company’s production capacity.
In addition to its Valdarno facility, ABB E-mobility has continued its expansion globally. Earlier this month, the company announced the commencement of manufacturing at its new production facility in the United States, set to produce up to 10,000 chargers annually for public charging, school busses and fleets.
ABB is a technology leader in electrification and automation, enabling a more sustainable and resource-efficient future. The company’s solutions connect engineering know-how and software to optimize how things are manufactured, moved, powered and operated.