BorgWarner New Energy (Xiangyang) Co., Ltd. has announced a collaboration with global industrial real estate company Goodman Group, a global industrial and logistics real estate developer, and zero-emission long-haul truck developer Windrose Technology, to jointly develop 960kW fast-charging infrastructure for electric long-haul trucks for Goodman’s properties in China.

This fast-charging technology enables Windrose long-haul EV truck to replenish around 400 km of range (full load of 49 tons) in under 36 minutes, and is a critical part of the decarbonization strategy of Decathlon China.

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BorgWarner’s 960kW mega-watt level charger enables Windrose EV long-haul truck to replenish 400 km of fully-loaded range in 36 minutes.

Megawatt charging to be tested in Beijing, China

BorgWarner will provide the charging technology enabling customers to charge their Windrose trucks at Goodman’s properties. The first project will be located at the Decathlon-operated warehouse in Goodman Citylink near Beijing, and will be the world’s first operational megawatt-level super-charging infrastructure.

In the first half of 2024, the parties will test and establish the first pilot charging station at Goodman Citylink near Beijing. This cooperation will fully leverage the resources and technical expertise of each party in their respective fields, help accelerate the decarbonisation of logistics customers’ operations, and contribute to the industry achieving a more efficient, cleaner and smarter future.

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Wen Han, founder and CEO of Windrose.

“As a young entrepreneur in my early thirties, I’m deeply respectful of the enormity of our vision of bring zero-emission long-haul trucks to China, Europe, U.S., and other parts of the world. We recognize that we can only achieve this by standing on the shoulder of giants, thus truly fortunate to be working with industry leaders such as Decathlon, Goodman Group, and BorgWarner”, said Wen Han, founder, chairman, and CEO of Windrose.

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