Medcom’s charging stations for Poznań’s e-buses

Medcom will deliver 25 electric charging stations for electric buses operated by MPK (Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacyjne) in Poznań. The new chargers will be installed at the Osiedle Sobieskiego, Garbary, and Górczyn bus terminals, as well as at the Kacza depot. This is yet another project carried out by Medcom for Poznań’s public transport – the city has been investing heavily in electromobility and modern technologies for quite some time now.

Currently, more than 20 electric buses transport passengers in the capital of the Greater Poland (Wielkopolska) region, however, it has been announced that the electric fleet in Poznań’s public transport will continue to grow. As part of the “Electrification of selected bus lines in Poznań” project, the MPK Poznań company has ordered another 37 electric buses manufactured by Solaris, which will be equipped with Medcom’s solutions. Our company will deliver modern drives made using the innovative silicon carbide (SiC) technology, which considerably improves device efficiency and limits energy losses in converters, ultimately reducing vehicle operating costs.


Medcom’s electric charging stations for Poznań

As part of the contract, Medcom will deliver four two-position 2x270 kW pantograph charging stations, eighteen 2x45 kW stationary devices enabling charging via the plug-in interface, and three mobile charging stations. Apart from designing and manufacturing the chargers for e-buses, Medcom will be responsible for the provision of complete charging infrastructure, including obtaining all the necessary location approvals and decisions, preparing the power supply design, obtaining building permits, and providing power supply connections.


“In the recent yeas, we have delivered converters and propulsion systems for Poznań’s trams and electric buses. The latest example is the manufacture of power electronics in the silicon carbide (SiC) technology for fifty modern Moderus Gamma trams, which are already in use in the city’s passenger traffic. This time, we will provide comprehensive charging infrastructure for Poznań’s electric buses, which – in accordace with the city’s plans – will have an increasing share in the fleet of the city’s vehicles,” says Grzegorz Grzegrzółka, Power Engineering Director, Medcom.


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