Porsche Holding subsidiary MOON relies on NRGkick

1. February 2019

 

Specializing in e-mobility, the Porsche subsidiary MOON relies on the know-how of the southern Styrian manufacturer DiniTech. Together, the mobile charging unit MOON2Go was developed, which is based on the Europe-wide established charging unit NRGkick. The complete set MOON2Go consists of the easy-to-use and intelligently controllable charging unit with up to 22kW, adapters for each standard socket and a bag. The flexibility of the system makes any power source accessible to electric vehicles. Thus, MOON2Go is the ideal charging solution at home and elsewhere.


 

MOON2Go is based on the well-known and proven load unit NRGkick and is offered as a complete set. This consists of the easy-to-use and intelligently controllable charging unit with up to 22kW, adapters for each standard socket and a convenient bag. The flexibility of the system makes any power source accessible to the electric vehicle. Thus, MOON2Go is the ideal charging solution at home and elsewhere.

The largest automotive retailer in Europe relies on NRGkick for an established product and a secure partner that excels in addition to high quality, especially through innovative smart features (such as the photovoltaic-led charge). Extremely robust, absolutely safe and established on the market as a fixed size: for Porsche Holding Salzburg, these reasons were the key factors in placing the mobile charging unit NRGkick in the area of ​​electromobility.

NRGkick, the mobile loading unit, is developed, produced and distributed by the company DiniTech GmbH in the south of Styria. Simple operation with high performance already convince thousands of customers throughout Europe. Since the company was founded in 2012, DiniTech as a service provider and producer of its own branded products has been synonymous with innovative, high-quality products for charging technology for electric cars. For DiniTech, this cooperation, in addition to successful cooperation with ASFINAG and the state of Lower Austria, is the next big step that underlines the high quality of the rapidly growing company.

 

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