100kW+ EV Chargers

Our 100kW+ range is the fastest charge we offer, being able to charge in up to 20-25 minutes. Unfortunately, not all cars can charge this quickly, as it depends on the vehicle’s capabilities. The majority of new EVs are capable of 100kW+ charging.
100kW chargers can charge up to five vehicles in an hour, so we recommend them for larger fleets. We also recommend these chargers for bigger commercial vehicles such as vans and lorries with a greater battery capacity that will take considerably longer to charge.

DirectPowerPS DC Tower 60kW – 360kW

DirectPowerPS DC Tower 60kW – 360kW

The modular design of Nidec’s DirectPowerPS DC Tower 120kW allows for flexible charging speeds, easy maintenance and stunning design. The DirectPowerPS DC Tower 120 charger is ergonomically designed for the best user experience and accessibility.

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DirectPowerPS DC Tower 60kW – 120kW

DirectPowerPS DC Tower 60kW – 120kW

The modular design of Nidec’s DirectPowerPS DC Tower 120kW allows for flexible charging speeds, easy maintenance and stunning design. The DirectPowerPS DC Tower 120 charger is ergonomically designed for the best user experience and accessibility.

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ENELX Juice Pump 150kW

ENELX Juice Pump 150kW

The ENEL-X Juice Pump charger can charge most EVs, to 80% charge in around 30 minutes. The state-of-the-art liquid-cooling system means your station operates smoothly in all weather conditions lowering your maintenance costs. With its lightweight design and small...

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AUTEL MaxiCharger DC Fast 120kW – 240 kW

AUTEL MaxiCharger DC Fast 120kW – 240 kW

The Autel MaxiCharger range has ultra-fast DC charging potential. Ideal for charge point operators and businesses with high-volume charging needs. Fast and user-friendly, with a built-in smart advertising platform, allowing you to increase revenue streams. This...

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Project EV 150kW DC dual 2x CCS

Project EV 150kW DC dual 2x CCS

The Project EV 150kW DC dual is a commercial DC charging unit featuring two CCS guns. With its fast-charging time and easy fleet management, it’s an ideal commercial charging unit for larger businesses, service stations and businesses with higher charging demands. ...

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Will I need to upgrade my power?

Simply put, yes, unless your existing power supply can take the increased capacity. The typical three-phase supply in the UK is a 100a, 69kva supply. This 100kW charger would require nearly double this amount. Depending on their size, these power upgrades can take anywhere from 3 months to 2 years, so it's essential to understand your needs and complete any preparatory work in time.
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What is DC charging?

DC charging is much faster than any AC charging method. DC or Direct current is the type of power that goes through your charger into the car. 7kW and 22kW chargers are AC or Alternating current, meaning they have to go through the onboard charger to be turned into DC, resulting in a slower charge. DC chargers don’t require AC conversion, so the power goes directly into the batteries.
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What is a new connection?

A new connection is what it sounds like, a new power connection. Some businesses will require a new connection when installing large numbers of EV chargers. This is to ensure that there is substantial power to supply to these chargers. But it is also possible to ask for a power upgrade for a much lower price if the power you require is not substantial.
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Will the EV charger installation take a long time?

Many complexities can emerge during an EV charger installation. These can include; applying for grants, arranging power upgrades, and infrastructure issues. It helps to share your requirements and preferences with your installer so they can ensure the project progresses smoothly and meets your expectations.
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How much does a 100kw+ charger cost?

Our 100kW+ Chargers are out smartest and fastest chargers we offer. Each of our chargers in this range have positives and benefits that suit different businesses in different ways. The price range across out 100kw+ chargers are from £35,000-£50,321.70. Additional costs will apply to the installation and any enhancements made to the electricity supply infrastructure. (All prices quoted are subject to VAT).
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Are there any other safety measures that need to be taken when installing the charger?

For electrical safety, it is recommended to have the charger installed by a qualified electrician. Additionally, it is advisable to ensure that the surrounding area is properly maintained, as well as to have a dedicated emergency stop switch installed.

Address

Greendawn Power Limited, The Mill Ludlow Road, Harpswood, Bridgnorth, England, WV16 6TZ

Phone

0345 512 0044

Email

connect@greendawn.co.uk