Electric mobility startup Gravity unveiled its new fast chargers for electric vehicles Tuesday, positioning the tools as solutions for the logistical hurdles of urban charging.
Each 360-kilowatt charger is roughly the size of a suitcase and can be mounted on a wall, floor or ceiling to fit virtually any garage space. The compact-charging technology was designed to sidestep the issue of spiking energy costs by drawing on power during off-peak times to keep energy bills relatively flat and to reduce demand on the power grid.
“We’ve re-engineered the architecture so our power modules are flexible to serve any EV charger, and that our energy management is flexible to
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