When it comes to providing high-quality battery systems, Impact Clean Power Technology is in a class by itself as the only company in Poland to have certified and implemented the SAM Revolt electric vehicle into serial production Since its debut in the e-mobility market in 2005, Impact Clean Power Technology has rapidly evolved over the years and made constant efforts to standardise battery module levels. The company been focused on bolstering the performance of the already existing batteries by incorporating the next-gen technology. It takes into consideration the used power cells and replaces the same with futuristic models, keeping parameters like vehicle design, integration, and others intact. It begins with presenting a design-based standard model of the battery in terms of voltage and dimensions, followed by adding functionalities that maintain homogeneity inside the vehicle.
We are always looking for fuel cells that not only have the potential to be commercialised in the coming years but also fill the market gap in terms of power range
A leading manufacturer of battery systems for public, industrial, and commercial transport (including AGV robots), Impact Clean Power Technology is changing the narrative in the EV paradigm with its high-scalability and best-quality battery solutions. The company initially started its journey by integrating lithium-ion cell components into vehicles. Over the years, it shifted focus to devising solutions that help sell the end-user application. “Our primary focus now is to develop, design, and produce battery pack systems that enable end-users like buses, trucks, and others to remain competitive in the European market,” says Bartek Kras, CEO, Impact Clean Power Technology.
“Understanding the requirements/demands of each city and nation, we are striving hard to adjust the local fee and regulation aspects and tailor our solutions accordingly.”
Impact Clean Power Technology is proactively working with investors to offer cost-effective next-gen battery packs that last long and are environment friendly. In the same vein, the company is leaving no stone unturned in ensuring the warranty and maintenance aspect of second life fuel cells. From an array of used batteries, it has gathered components with reusable storage capacities left and installed the same into new packs. So instead of dumping used cells and adding to garbage heaps, the Polska-based firm is progressing towards building a sustainable environment.
Our primary focus now is to develop, design, and produce battery pack systems that enable end-users like buses, trucks, and others to remain competitive in the European market,” says Bartek Kras, CEO, Impact Clean Power Technology.
To further illustrate the efficacy of the solutions, Kras cites a case study wherein the company was able to improve the design of the batteries using fuel cells and considerably reduce its size to produce continuous, high current. Not only did it make the batteries cost-effective but also added futuristic elements into them, thereby increasing their market share. Similar was the case with another customer who wanted to strengthen the performance of their fleet of buses by reducing the size of the hydrogen fuel cells used. In doing so, the customer added 30 inches extended batteries that made the bus heavy and expensive. It was Impact Clean Power Technology who chimed in and developed special, dedicated batteries that were small, supported high power requirements and helped the client solve the impediments involving regenerative braking.
In essence, Impact Clean Power Technology is empowering customers to easily adapt to futuristic technologies that open new doors in the realm of EVs. With its footprints spread across the United States, Germany, Spain, Turkey, Italy, and more, the company picks the best next-gen cells from manufacturers and builds prototypes that bolster customers’ roadmaps. “We are always looking for fuel cells that not only have the potential to be commercialised in the coming years but also fill the market gap in terms of power range,” concludes Kras.