Solution | Product
An Electric Vehicle able to recharge itself through integrated solar panels system
With 330 separate solar cells integrated into the chassis of the car, the Sion can charge itself for up to 30km a day in European weather conditions – enough for city commuters.
The Sion aims to make electric mobility more affordable and available for a much lower cost and in a market where lack of charging infrastructure and perceived limited range is deterring its uptake. Its characteristics include simple and cost-effective manufacturing by a third party, bi-directional charging (it generates and also provides energy), a range of 250 km on a full charge, and maintenance and mobility services. Furthermore it is shatterproof, light and particularly weather resistant thanks to a polycarbonate layer on the solar cells.
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80935 Munich, Germany
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Categories of application
Photovoltaic, Smart grid, Smart metering, Advanced grid infrastructure, Energy-pooling, Solid state batteries, Private transport, All electric, New vehicle types, Fleet management, Vehicle to grid charging infrastructure, Fast charging, Urban infrastructure innovation, Internet access,