Autel Energy Makes Debut at Detroit Auto Show

Autel Energy Makes Debut at Detroit Auto Show

Autel Chief Operating Officer John Thomas showcased the company's line of EV chargers.

Autel Energy says it made its global debut at the North American International Detroit Auto Show on September 14, 2022, with a presentation by Autel Chief Operating Officer John Thomas that showcased Autel’s line of electric vehicle chargers.

Autel’s 4,500-square-foot booth showcased Level 2 home and commercial chargers, DC bidirectional vehicle-to-everything charging (V2X), DC fast charging (Level 3), and digital energy management solutions, among other products introduced by Thomas.

“We believe our highly engineered MaxiCharger Family of tailored solutions fills the gaps and addresses every applicable imaginable, helping to propel the EV industry forward,” Thomas said.

In his speech, Thomas referenced the vehicle-to-everything (V2X) home charging solution and the DC (Level 3) fast charging 40kW to 480kW products as the first steps in realizing Autel’s vision to “transform the way we work, live, and use energy well into the future.” 

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