Charging system specialist expands into U.S.

By Mike Brezonick08 October 2021

ADS-TEC Energy GmbH, a specialist in battery-buffered ultrafast charging technology, has announced its expansion into the United States with the establishment of a U.S. subsidiary, and the appointment of a key executive for sales, including the hiring of an experienced sales team.

ADS-TEC battery module ADS-TEC, a German supplier of battery supported fast charging systems, has established a U.S. subsidiary.

The establishment of a U.S. subsidiary accelerates the company’s planned expansion into the U.S., due to positive market momentum around the EV ecosystem as well as significant potential customer interest. As part of ADS-TEC Energy’s expansion, the company announced that John Neville has joined as chief sales officer and a member of the executive management team.

“We are thrilled about the significant customer interest we have received and pleased to be able to expand our business into the U.S. ahead of schedule to take advantage of the substantial momentum we are seeing in our industry,” said Thomas Speidel, founder and CEO of ADS-TEC. “Being able to add a successful and experienced executive like John to help us undertake that expansion provides testament to the institutional business we have built and to the future of ADS-TEC Energy. I am excited to work with John, and the rest of the ADS-TEC Energy team, as we continue to accelerate the intelligent transition to an all-electric world.”

ADS-TEC’s charging product portfolio offers charging solutions up to 320 kW for electromobility applications, as well as Commercial & Industrial products ranging from 50 kW/kWh and several MW/MWh, the company said. The company, which is part-owned by Bosch Thermotechnik GmbH, is headquartered in Nürtingen, Germany, with a production site near Dresden, Germany. The company said it has more than 10 years of experience with lithium-ion technologies, storage solutions and fast charging systems, including the corresponding energy management systems.

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