Autel Energy Launches 12-Month European Roadshow

Autel Energy Launches 12-Month European Roadshow

Custom-built vehicles will display Autel’s EV charging solutions for both home and commercial scenarios.

Autel Energy, a developer of electric vehicle (EV) charging products, has announced the launch of its 12-month European Roadshow. The company will be showcasing its products and solutions to potential customers throughout Europe using two custom-built vehicles – the Infowheels Crafter and the Branding Egg Steamer.

On the vehicles, Autel will display its EV charging solutions for both home and commercial scenarios. The MaxiCharger AC Compact and MaxiCharger AC Elite are designed for residential charging scenarios, while the MaxiCharger AC Ultra and MaxiCharger DC Compact are ideal for commercial charging scenarios. New products also will be displayed.

Having just finished promotional tours in the U.K. and the Netherlands in March, the roadshow for April will kick off at IMREDD in Nice, France, before heading to Italy, the Nordic countries, Germany and Spain in the coming months.

The roadshow aims to raise awareness about Autel Energy’s EV charging products and to help potential customers understand how they can benefit from them. The roadshow also will provide an opportunity for customers to try out the products and speak with Autel’s staff.

As part of its commitment to promoting sustainable mobility, Autel Energy also attends relevant exhibitions. Apart from Drive to Zero, which concluded in Paris early this April, Autel Energy attended Hannover Messe on April 17-19, and will be attending the Fully Charged LIVE U.K. South on April 28-30.

“We are excited to launch our European Roadshow to showcase our innovative EV charging solutions to potential customers throughout Europe,” said Ting Cai, CEO of Autel Europe. “We believe that our products can help accelerate the transition to a clean energy future and we look forward to demonstrating to our customers how we can help them with our solutions.”

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