a green perspective
for the world
Climate change concerns us all. Temperatures are rising, along with the number of natural disasters, prompting us to take immediate action. The internal combustion engine is still largely to blame for the high number of CO₂ emissions. Numerous countries have now recognized this and announced a phase-out date.
to phase out
In order to be able to comply with individual country decisions and to enable the successful implementation of a new, sustainable future, what is needed now above all is an expansion of the charging infrastructure. In particular, fast charging stations and high-power chargers are necessary in order to multiply availability through short standing time.
In the future, being able to refuel carefree anywhere must be guaranteed –
and that must be sustainable!
sustainability and high-power charger
Using cleantech to fight against climate change
The combination of electricity storage and fast charging station means that the applications of the Numbat are many times greater than with conventional charging options. Sustainable technologies in particular can be used here.
The Numbat (electricity storage) is charged with electricity from renewable energies. This enables sustainable fast charging of the electric car.
PV power from existing solar installations can be stored in the battery storage (up to 200 kWh). Fast charging with self-generated electricity.
The Numbat can be installed practically anywhere, without any major construction work. Numbat does not require a connection to the medium-voltage grid and therefore no transformer station.
The grids are relieved by the electricity storage system and thus protect the general infrastructure.
Climate Protection Technology
unique: multi-lifecycle strategy
We extend the life of a battery to a whole three lives! With the energy management system developed by us, cells of a battery that are no longer functional can be identified and replaced by new cells. This means that a battery with a state of health of 80% is not thermally recycled, as it is currently the case, but can be reprocessed up to three times. With this innovation, we are setting an example for a better world!
17 Goals for sustainability & Numbat
The basis for the German government’s sustainability policy is the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in fall 2015 and comprises 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with a total of 169 subgoals. The 17 global goals of the 2030 Agenda are aimed at everyone: governments worldwide, civil society, the private sector and academia.
At Numbat, we can and want to focus on 7 of these goals in line with us and our business model, and make our contribution to sustainability and environmentally conscious business:
More information on “17 Sustainable Development Goals” and what To Du’s each individual can implement is available at https://sdgs.un.org/goals.