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Autel Energy Makes Global Debut

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John Thomas, COO of Autel, gives a presentation at the North American International Detroit Auto Show Sept. 14. 

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Autel Energy made its global debut as the latest entrant to the efficient energy market during the recent 2022 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Mich.


During the event, Autel showcased "an ecosystem of viable and reliable electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions designed to advance the seamless transition to an e-mobility future," according to Autel officials.

 

"As the transportation industry moves toward electrification, smart, efficient and digital solutions are the missing link," says Autel U.S. CEO Chloe Hung.


"Autel is leveraging decades of leadership in the aftermarket space to expand into e-mobility with the debut of Autel Energy. We will use our expertise to tackle sustainability, one of the greatest challenges facing our planet, and today, we set forth a smarter, greener path for generations to come."

 

During the North American International Auto Show, Autel Energy unveiled its end-to-end charging and energy solutions, which combine advanced hardware, software and support to offer digitally capable clean energy charging options designed to support the entire energy ecosystem.


"Key to the success of the widespread adoption of EVs will be putting in place critical charging infrastructure to support it," says Autel Energy Chief Operating Officer, John Thomas. "Autel Energy is entering the market with a distinct competitive advantage. The company is innovating at a rapid pace, bringing products to market faster than I've ever seen in my 30 years in the industry."


Autel Energy designs, develops and engineers integrated solutions that help achieve carbon neutrality and solve some of the biggest challenges seen today in the EV charging space.


The company's MaxiCHARGER family of products includes AC (Level 2) home and commercial chargers; DC bi-directional vehicle-to-everything (V2X) home charging; DC fast-charging (Level 3) and digital energy management offerings, including mobile apps and Autel's ChargeCloud.


Thomas adds that Autel Energy "is invested in the success of the sustainable energy transition. Our focus is on managing energy across the entire ecosystem, which means helping balance the grid, supporting the transfer of energy out of vehicle batteries into homes, businesses and communities, and organically expanding the power grid to help bring more electric vehicles to market."

 

As part of Autel Energy's investment in the sustainable energy transition, the company also announced its partnership with The Greening of Detroit, a non-profit organization focused on enhancing the quality of life for Detroit residents by planting trees, providing job training and educating youth.

 



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