NiBS outer view INTILION scalebloc

Charging electric vehicles with self-produced energy

At the British company NiBS, the INTILION | scalebloc enables the successful combination of photovoltaic systems with a charging infrastructure for e-charging stations. In this way, NiBS charges its own electric vehicles with self-produced energy from the photovoltaic system, thereby saving the costs of a complex and expensive grid expansion.
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At the British company NiBS, the INTILION | scalebloc enables the successful combination of photovoltaic systems with a charging infrastructure for e-charging stations. In this way, NiBS charges its own electric vehicles with self-produced energy from the photovoltaic system, thereby saving the costs of a complex and expensive grid expansion.

The INTILION | scalebloc at NiBS demonstrates the successful combination of photovoltaic systems and EV charging infrastructure supported by a 30kW/60kWh battery storage.
Two 11kW EV chargers and a PV system are installed within the INTILION | scalebloc’s network.

The INTILION | scalebloc automatically regulates the grid connection point to a minimum of reference by feeding the available power (from the batteries or through the PV) into the chargers of the electric vehicles.

This innovative concept is trend-setting and the charging stations in low-populated Mid-Wales are a further step towards an energy turnaround.

„The scalebloc arrived in Mid Wales well packaged and secure, and positioning of the unit was simple. Installation and Commissioning was carried out very professionally by INTILION, with excellent support and communication provided at all times. We are hopeful that this will provide a very welcome remote EV charging point that can be used by our customers and suppliers, and that it will pave a way forward for rural locations in the ever growing world of Electric Vehicles.“

Christopher Gilliard & Robert McGill, NiBS Ltd

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