Electromagnetic compatibility tests of delivery vehicles

Author: Sebastian Margalski
Published by: Adam Żeberkiewicz

On April 17, metrologists from the Electricity and Magnetism Laboratory, together with the experts from Poczta Polska (Polish Mail) examined the electric delivery vehicle.

According to the data from the manufacturer of the tested vehicle, the average energy consumption in the combined cycle, with a load of 1 ton, is 21.5 kWh / 100 km, which is equivalent to 2.1 liters of diesel.

GUM is interested in conducting research on the impact of the process of charging e-cars on the interference introduced into the grid and other electromagnetic compatibility tests - EMC. Perhaps today it is a small challenge for our networks, but what will happen to the quality of the power grid, when there are several hundred, and then thousands of such cars loaded simultaneously?

We hope that the results of such research will be useful to manufacturers of chargers and electric vehicles. It will contribute to the development of industry related to the production of electric vehicles, and thus to the development of electromobility in Poland.

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