ABB has won a contract from Shell to deliver and commission its market-leading electric vehicle infrastructure at ten Shell stations island-wide.
The first ABB Terra 54 DC (Direct Current) fast charger has now been switched on and is ready to charge at Shell’s Sengkang station, in north-east Singapore. Additional chargers will be commissioned over the next few months.
ABB’s 50kW fast chargers, which can charge a vehicle's battery up from zero to 80 percent within 20-30 minutes, is compatible with most EV and has been certified to perform optimally within the environment of a petrol station.
Furthermore, through ABB Ability™ connected services, the company’s advanced digital management solution, chargers will be connected to back offices, payment platforms or smart grids systems while charger status monitoring, remote diagnostics, repair and over-the-air software updates minimize downtime and keeps running costs low.
Frank Muehlon, Head of ABB’s global business for EV Charging Infrastructure, said, “With more than 11,000 DC fast chargers sold across 76 countries world-wide, ABB plays a leading role in the development of sustainable mobility with its innovative and digital technologies and has participated in a growing number of projects around the world and in Singapore. This latest project will further accelerate Singapore’s transition to a future mobility ecosystem that is safer, cleaner and more accessible.”