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Compleo at Power2Drive 2024: Focus on charging infrastructure in accordance with AFIR regulations, load management and bidirectional charging

Get to know innovative HPC power in person at stand B6.410 from June 19 to 21. New eTower 200 scores with sales benefits for operators, flexibility and ease of use.

Dortmund, June 4, 2024 – Under the motto “Charging the Future of Mobility”, the international charging infrastructure and e-mobility industry will be meeting at Power2Drive in Munich from June 19 to 21. Compleo Charging Solutions will be there with its new future-oriented eTower 200 high-performance charger and other innovations for a wide range of application scenarios. The company, which is one of the leading charging technology providers for electric vehicles in Europe, will be presenting its current portfolio at stand B6.410 in Munich.

Compleo is a long-standing expert in the field of electromobility “made in Germany” and offers visitors to Power2Drive numerous insights into current charging technology trends, including solutions that cover legal requirements such as the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR). With the CITO 500, for example, the company offers a DC charging station with an integrated payment terminal that enables charging point operators to comply with AFIR regulations and German calibration law. The DUO and SOLO all-in-one charging stations impress with simple and secure QR code charging via integrated displays, which also enables direct payment in accordance with AFIR calibration law. Another trade fair highlight is the eTower 200, an HPC charging station that impresses with its performance, flexibility and user-friendliness and was designed, developed and produced entirely in-house by Compleo. Its dynamic load allocation across seven power modules maximizes energy output at all times. The benefit is more kilowatt hours sold for Charge Point Operators (CPO). The eTower 200's innovative power electronics offer operators numerous sales benefits while maintaining high grid compatibility. With its eye-catching coating in RAL colors of choice and individual user interfaces, the eTower can be adapted to the individual corporate design of charge point operators on request. Installers and users benefit from added convenience and adaptability.

Cost efficiency meets versatility

Interested parties can get to know Compleo's top technologies personally during Power2Drive and learn more about their versatile options. One example is the electrification of large parking lots: With the patented Power Rail technology of the DUO fleet AC charging stations, up to 60 charging points can be connected in series, saving up to 50 percent on installation costs. The Compleo Service RCD of the DUO and SOLO product families helps to minimize testing costs during operation. In addition, load management is included as standard in the Compleo hardware - static load management can be configured without additional hardware or software. With Compleo's onboard load management for AC and DC charging stations, more vehicles can be charged at one grid connection without overloading it. This avoids grid expansion costs and prevents blackouts. This also applies to mixed AC and DC locations. Operators who rely on Compleo technology benefit from significant cost advantages thanks to simplified front and side access and powerful configuration tools, especially when installing the DUO fleet, eTower, DUO ims, SOLO and eBOX solutions.

The future of bidirectional charging with new DC wallbox

With its solution for DC charging up to 11 kW, the Dortmund-based charging technology manufacturer is also demonstrating in Munich what the future of bidirectional charging could look like. This development is based on the experience of the “Bidirectional Charging Management (BDL)” field test, which was carried out in cooperation with BMW, KOSTAL and other partners. Compleo is driving the development of the DC wallbox to series maturity in order to help shape the energy transition.

At Power2Drive, Compleo parent company KOSTAL will also be presenting its new software unit for electromobility, which will replace the previous Compleo Charging Software GmbH. This will focus in particular on software with powerful functions for managing charging processes and billing. At the stand next to Compleo, interested parties can find out about compatibility and integration options as well as launch offers.

Jörg Lohr, CEO of Compleo, comments: “Compleo is positioning itself at Power2Drive as one of the most experienced players in the European electromobility market. With our charging technology, users benefit from considerable cost and performance advantages during installation and operation. We will be presenting numerous innovations and solutions that visitors can inspect in person and find out which technology is best suited to their needs. There is no way around Compleo when it comes to future-oriented charging technology for the mobility of the future in Munich and Europe.”

Win tickets for the Formula E final in London

In addition to in-depth technical information and application-oriented charging solutions, a soccer competition awaits interested visitors at the Compleo stand: a weekend for two at the Formula E 2024 final in London. It is also worth visiting the KOSTAL stand B3.130 at the Intersolar trade fair taking place at the same time in Munich: Here, visitors can experience the premiere of the world's first and only inverter with increased performance and extended functionality “made in Germany”.


About Compleo

Compleo Charging Solutions is one of the leading charging technology providers for electric vehicles in Europe. As part of the KOSTAL Group, the company supports its business customers with various charging stations: The range includes both AC and DC as well as HPC charging stations and the first calibration law-compliant DC charging stations on the market. Compleo has its headquarters in Dortmund. Its customers include Allego, Clever, EWE Go, Deutsche Telekom, Siemens and more than 300 municipal utilities in Germany. More information at:  

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