Electric Era and SK Signet Successfully Demonstrate AI-Driven, High-Power Storage Electric Vehicle Battery
by AP News
Electric Era today announced that a series of high-profile customer charging demonstrations and a ribbon cutting event for their first functional PowerNode unit in the field were held last week at the Knoxville, Tennessee campus of EPRI.
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by Steve Levine from The Electric
“Before people will switch to an electric vehicle, they want to know they’ll be able to recharge when they want, as fast as they want, just as they are accustomed to with gasoline cars.”
by Jason Plautz from SmartCitiesDive
“‘There’s a world where you throw the golden hammer at this and build out the best fast chargers in only the most perfect places. There’s also a world where you’re throwing a rusty steel hammer, and chargers are placed off the beaten path [thus they] never get any use,’ said Quincy Lee, CEO of the charging company Electric Era”.
by Lisa Stiffler from GeekWire
“Electric Era, a Seattle company building battery systems for EV charging stations. Its founders have roots with SpaceX and the company has raised $3 million.”
by Andrew Price & Garrett Fitzgerald from SEPA
“As Quincy Lee, the CEO and founder at Electric Era stated: ‘The costs and timelines of interconnection for fleet charging are complicated by the variability in local capacity by location and utility territory. A study by National Grid recently found that a plurality of feeders in Metropolitan cities would be overloaded by the electrification of medium- and heavy-duty fleets'”.
by Jason Plautz from UtilityDive
“Quincy Lee, CEO of the EV fast charging company Electric Era, applauded the infrastructure bill's ‘bias towards open access and public charging infrastructure,’ especially in rural and low-income neighborhoods.”
by Jeff St. John from Canary Media
“Revel still plans to install batteries at its Brooklyn site, however, to help mitigate demand charges. In August it announced its partner for that project, Seattle-based Electric Era, which has spent the past two years developing a battery fine-tuned for the EV charging backup role.”
by Energy Source & Distribution (ESD News)
“The coupling of the companies’ fast charge equipment and leading battery storage technology will encourage site owners to embrace the roll out of EV charging infrastructure, said Electric Era CEO Quincy Lee.”