Russian L-Charge will present its charging solutions for sustainable development in Stuttgart
In the run-up to United Nations ClimateConference 2021, COP26, automotive manufacturers are focusing further on EVs and green solutions to address SDG goals. On October 24-26, a US-based startup focused on crafting a scalable network of off-grid EV chargers, L-Charge, is going to Stuttgart to take part in Green Auto Summit to dwell into CO2, regulations impact on rising EVs demand, new standards, targets and powertrain scenarios. As part of the European tour, the free charging service will be also offered. This is how the company intends to assess the level of demand for the service.


Agenda:

As EVs charging infrastructure is quickly changing to fit the majority of customers’ demand, speakers will discuss safe and public charging, as well as challenges and opportunities. The 2-day closed-door environment of the Green Auto Summit 2021 will draw out ideas for upcoming regulations and facilitate effective decision-making. The conference sessions will consist of individual presentations and panel discussions. During the morning session at 11:20, L-Charge CEO, Dmitry Lashin will give a speech on the topic "LNG/H2 as the Fastest Source to Build Electric Vehicle infrastructure”.
The journalist will be able to interview L-Charge representatives:
Dmitry Lashin, CEO.
Ivan Safonov, CMO.

We are pleased to invite market players and journalists to join L-Charge product presentation that will take place at Green Auto Summit in Stuttgart.

Date:

25/10/2021 09:00 – 20:00

26/10/2021 9:00 – 20:00

Location: Flugfeld, Böblingen, Deutschland


Liquified natural gas is regarded as one of the cleanest fossil fuels in the modern era. Entities like the European Commission view LNG as a viable alternative to combat global warming due to its energy performance and large natural reserves. «A huge part of the emissions that pollute our cities come from cars. It is necessary to convert private and commercial vehicles to electricity to significantly reduce harmful emissions. However, an essential problem still separates us from the massive transition to EV - the underdeveloped charging infrastructure. It is possible to solve this problem quickly by deploying an off-grid network of charging stations"- Dmitry Lashin, CEO of L- Charge.

About L-Charge L-Charge's mobile EV-charger is a mini-power station for fast charging of electric vehicles. The main feature of the L-Charge solution is the ability to convert the engine operation from natural gas to 100% hydrogen when hydrogen will become available.


There are already several services in the world that provide charging calls for electric cars, but they all charge slower. The advantage of L-Charge is that their charger is a mobile mini power station and can therefore charge any electric car in 10-20 minutes. The charger uses liquefied gas or hydrogen to generate power. One mobile L-Charge station can charge 40 electric cars per day.

Earlier L-Charge launched a mobile charging station operating on gas for test operation in Moscow, planning a transition to hydrogen electricity generation. A mobile station is a truck with a set of equipment installed on board that operates on the principle of a gas power plant. The ultra-fast charging station can be called up via the mobile app and charge the electric car for 100 km in just 5-10 minutes. Converting charging stations to generate electricity on hydrogen could help to achieve zero CO2 emissions. That will make the generation of electricity for off grid charging stations 100% environmentally friendly.


As part of the trial tests, the charging service operates in October in Barcelona, Madrid, Paris and Amsterdam. This is how the company intends to assess the level of demand for the service.