Source: Nomad Power

Pioneer Power Solutions, Inc. a leader in mobile electric vehicle (“EV”) charging solutions, announced that it is launching its first zero-emission partnership with NOMAD Transportable Power Solutions,, the leading domestic manufacturer of zero-emission, utility-scale mobile energy storage. Pioneer’s Zero Emission e-Boost (“ZEeB”) and EXZELCR platforms set a new bar in meeting the growing demand for low-carbon, mobile, e-Boost solutions with grid-gap solutions.

Under development with NOMAD since last year, the companies collaborated to design and test the platforms’ architecture. Like all of Pioneer’s e-Boost platforms, ZEeB and EXZELCR are mobile, but the new platforms offer the added benefit of battery energy storage to provide zero-emission EV charging.  

The new solutions will allow EV charging for a wide range of markets including at events, in remote locations, for disaster response, or even for fleet management where charging flexibility for a large number of EVs is a priority.

Pioneer eMobility is now offering the ZEeB to customers and is ready to begin delivery. The initial ZEeB has a 500 kW power capacity unit powered by KORE Power lithium-ion battery cells with 1.3 MWh energy storage capacity that can deliver more than five hours of EV charging with a 240 kW charger, more than 10 hours with a 120 kW charger or more than 21 hours with a 60 kW charger.

Later this year, the Company plans to introduce two larger ZEeB units offering 750 kW and 1 MW of capacity. The ZEeB is EV charger brand agnostic.

Pioneer’s new EXZELCR is available to allow for immediate, mobile, emissions-free, off-grid recharging of the ZEeB, while also offering additional value. EXZELCR includes onboard availability for 3-phase, 2-phase, and single-phase power availability making it a complete Disaster Recovery (“DR”) tool.

With ZEeB and EXZELCR, the Company has created a hybrid EV charging system that provides zero emission EV charging wherever and whenever it is needed, and it can be easily recharged within hours by EXZELCR for continuous availability.

“While many battery energy storage solutions are available in the US market, they are severely limited by dependence on a high-power, near-site grid connection for recharging,” said Nathan Mazurek, CEO of Pioneer. “By pairing a mobile battery energy storage solution with a mobile, low-carbon recharge system, we are opening immense possibilities for our customers. Whenever electricity becomes unavailable at a site, these units transform instantly into integral parts of a microgrid (“MG”) or Distributed Energy Resource (“DER”), which we believe places them years ahead of their competition when it comes to peak demand shaving and resiliency.”  

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