March 22-24, 2023, at the Rimini Expo Center.
K.EY the benchmark event for renewable energy sources
Padua, March 9, 2023 – The precise historical moment that the world of electric mobility is experiencing makes Silla Industries‘ participation in K.EY – The Energy Transition Expo, an event that has the word transition at its core, even more emblematic.
“For those of us who strongly believe not only in a future, but above all in an electric mobility present, this event represents an extraordinary opportunity to support – firmly and with an increasingly authoritative comparison with the rest of Europe – the transition to e-mobility,” said Alberto Stecca, co-founder and CEO of Silla Industries a start-up included in these days in the European Fastest Growing Companies ranking by the Financial Times.
“Italy’s delay is inexcusable, as is the ongoing smear campaign in the Italian press toward electric mobility. We want to continue to transmit our passion by presenting our cutting-edge expertise and, at the same time, be among the protagonists of this community through confrontation with institutions in order to facilitate this long-awaited and necessary acceleration toward sustainability..”
Commitments and issues that Alberto Stecca will bring, amplified, to the roundtable organized by ANIE for March 24, with his own talk dedicated to “Incentives and measures to support charging infrastructure“.
Renewed in format, the international expo dedicated to renewable energy sources involves the general interest of as many as 90 foreign countries. The event will be centered around 6 basic pillars-Solar, e-Mobility, Hydrogen, Efficiency, Wind, City-supplemented by events and exhibition areas dedicated to more vertical topics.
It will be precisely the EME – e-Mobility Expo area . that will host the stand of the Padua-based company – Hall B3, Stand 200 – It will be precisely the EME – e-Mobility Expo area that will host the stand of the Padua-based company – Hall B3, Stand 200 – which will offer technologically advanced solutions with the all-Italian design that has always distinguished it, aimed at Italian and international companies operating in the field of technology, integrated solutions and, more generally, services that drive the energetic transition.
In particular, for the category intended for home charging, Silla Industries will be present with the entire well-known Prism range enriched with an important novelty:
Prism Solar S, the socket version of the established Prism Solar charger equipped with an automatic protection shutter to prevent any accidental contact with electrically powered parts of the socket.
In addition, it will be possible to preview the upcoming proposal designed for public and semi-public environments, Totem: a one-piece charging column strongly characterized by design, with display and LEDs, for charging two cars thanks to two AC outlets, at 22 kW each, available in both corded and cordless versions.
But most importantly, the two prototypes that debuted at the Paris Motor Show will be presented:
- Energy Hub 149, the hi-tech aggregator that promises to effectively manage energy and home communications by synthesizing, in a single solution, the functionalities of as many as 7 devices (photovoltaic inverter, inverter charger, storage, two-way charging column, management system, UPS, and Wi-Fi modem). lo, colonnina di ricarica bidirezionale, sistema di gestione, UPS, e modem Wi-Fi).
- Duke 44, a ground charger with 2 outlets 22kW DC, state-of-the-art in Italy, to bring DC charging even closer to electric drivers and prepared for bidirectionality.
Italian start-up founded by Alberto Stecca and Cristiano Griletti in Padua, Italy, Silla Industries with a team of 43 professionals operates in the e-mobility sector. It develops and produces innovative technology solutions for the world of electric mobility and better energy management both for the consumer market with its own brand products, such as Prism, and by developing custom products for large corporations, both Italian and international.
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