Do you want to know the return on investment of building a charging infrastructure?
Nabíjacia infraštruktúra je drahá, návratnosť investície je príliš dlhá, nabíjanie samotné sa stalo tiež oveľa drahším. Toto sú len niektoré z obáv a strachov, ktoré rezonujú v spoločnosti v súvislosti s prudkým nárastom cien energie, ktoré spôsobila kríza. Pre mnohé firmy sa elektrická energia stáva luxusom a prechod na elektromobilitu odsúvajú na bočnú koľaj.See more
AgeVolt and Slovak Parcel Service announce cooperation in expanding the charging capabilities for couriers
We are very pleased to announce the partnership with Slovak Parcel Service (SPS), a leading courier company to build a network of charging stations for its fleet of electric vehicles in SPS delivery centres...See more
Slovakia is not ready for the development of electromobility, the distribution network will collapse during the more extensive development of the charging infrastructure.
The general population is of the opinion that the electrical distribution network in Slovakia is not sufficient for the transition to electromobility. Even part of the professional public...See more
WE ARE AGEVOLT. THANK YOU 2020.
We did it! 2020 is behind us.See more
MAXIMISE YOUR BENEFITS WITH ELECTROMOBILITY STEP BY STEP
Buying an electric car charger and making it available to the public now makes even more economic sense than ever. We have prepared some useful hints and tips for you.See more
AGEVOLT – ‘AIRBNB’ IN THE WORLD OF ELECTROMOBILITY
Is electromobility really ecological? What will the importance of charging speed be? We are answering the crucial questions from the world of electric vehicles.See more
AGEVOLT BASIC ZA SKVELÚ ŠTARTOVACIU CENU!
HOW IS AGEVOLT BORN?
Take a peek under the hood of the production of the intelligent charging system from Slovakia.See more
THE SLOVAKS ARE COMING UP WITH A REVOLUTION IN ELECTRIC CAR CHARGING
The Slovak charging system AgeVolt comes up with a revolutionary solution in the field of electromobility. It can cope with overloading the power grid or exceeding the reserved capacity by monitoring the current consumption of the building and regulating the charging in relation to the currently available electricity.See more