Future-proof charging solution
Developed, produced and manufactured in Norway
ZAPTEC charging system
ZAPTEC EV Charging solution is specially designed for smart charging in housing cooperatives, multi-unit dwellings and large parking facilities.
HOUSING COOPERATIVES AND COMPANIES
EV READY Parking SPACES
Lower Cost, more effect
Charge up to 22kW without upgrading your electric grid. ZAPTEC balances the available power and distributes it intelligently to every EV charging station.
ZAPTEC APM measures the power consumption for the entire building and automatically allocates more power to EV charging when the building uses less. Upgrade to ZAPTEC APM when you need more power charging your car.
News and information about EV charging and ZAPTEC installations.
Once the decision has been made to buy an electric car, a new question pops up: What kind of charger should I have at home to charge my car considering my usage pattern? Which functions do I need? If you contact an electrician, you may hear about any special offers...
1. There isn’t enough current to charge electric cars This is a myth. With a charging system that balances the current available, it is possible to charge tens of electric cars using a normal fuse. This makes it easy to start charging without raising costs for more...
In short, charging an electric car can be very affordable. This is still the case even if electricity prices go up a lot. Below are the figures for what it costs to charge an electric car versus spending money on petrol. In addition to saving money, you will also be...
With a ZAPTEC charging system, you ensure the most efficient use of energy when charging your car. Our load and phase balancing ensures that the power input is used in full, and you avoid expensive upgrades to your garage. ZAPTEC has two different technologies that...
There are many aspects to consider when it comes to charging an electric car. Examine things carefully. Choosing your charging point is crucial from a safety, finance and scalability perspective.
In a perfect world, everyone would have access to 22 kW in each and every car park, and unlimited charging would be no problem. Unfortunately, this is not the case in most circumstances, leaving us - in most cases - to utilise the available capacity as...