3ti installs pop-up solar EV charging hub at Scottish hospital – Charged EVs

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UK solar car park company 3ti has installed its Papilio3 pop-up solar car park and EV charging hub at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness, Scotland. 

Made from a recycled shipping container, the unit integrates solar and existing local power to fast charge up to 12 EVs simultaneously at 7, 11 or 22 kW, including those in operation at the hospital.

3ti says Papilio3 can be installed in less than eight hours. It is already functioning at several other facilities in the UK, including Bentley Motors, Silverstone Circuits and Wiltshire Council. It generates an average of 18 MWh of electricity annually.

“The location of our latest installation showcases the capability of our solar car park, which is designed to provide EV charging infrastructure and reduce grid dependency to a range of facilities in different locations in the UK,” said Shaun Wightman-Smith, Business Development Manager at 3ti.

Source: 3ti



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