Aussie company launches mobile charger for electric vehicle roadside assistance

Aussie company launches mobile charger for electric vehicle roadside assistance

Summary: The mobile unit is designed to provide enough charge in 10 minutes for an EV to drive to the next permanent charging station.

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Club Assist, an Australian company that develops technologies to support electric vehicles, is rolling out a mobile electric vehicle charger intended for roadside assistance.

The technology, called the Lithium Mobile EV Charger, is a Level 2 charging device. It was designed to provide enough charge over 10 minutes to get an electric vehicle to a place where it can be charged completely. The company offers the charger mounted on a skid or a small trailer.

Club Assist works with close to 70 automobile organizations worldwide, including AAA in the United States and CAA in Canada.

A spokeswoman for Club Assist said the mobile charger will cost in the range of $28,000.

Topic: Mobility

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  • Good idea!

    a good example of 'getting there first' getting you the $$$$.
    dgriswold4@...