Siemens has completed the acquisition of Heliox, primary e-truck and e-bus fast charging system manufacturer. Here’s our post about the announcement of the above mentioned acquisition by Siemens. Now, Heliox expands Siemens eMobility’s offering for the growing electric heavy-duty vehicle charging market. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Heliox employs approximately 330 people. 

Heliox charging systems range from 40 kilowatts (kW) to megawatt charging solutions for depots and en-route charging. Heliox’s portfolio also extends Siemens’ market reach, primarily in Europe and North America, while improving capabilities in power electronics. Heliox’s mobile, scalable and parallel charging solutions will enable Siemens to serve these markets better.

Siemens and Heliox to rely on growing EV charging market

“We are witnessing unparalleled growth in the EV charging infrastructure market. DC fast charging solutions for eBus and eTruck fleets are considered the fastest growing segment here. With the acquisition of Heliox, Siemens eMobility is well-positioned to serve our customers worldwide”, commented Matthias Rebellius, CEO of Smart Infrastructure and member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG.

Next to DC fast charging solutions, Heliox offers charger monitoring and energy management services. Heliox is set to benefit from Siemens’ industrialization capabilities, global sales network and infrastructure, enabling it to scale up its production and meet increasing customer demand.

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