Looking for a custom electric plane / UAM or eVTOL charging solution?
  • Looking to complement your electric airplanes, Urban Air Mobility (UAM) or eVTOL (electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing aircraft) with high end chargers?

  • In need of an electric airplane charging station manufacturer that can provide complete hardware and software solutions?

  • Looking for a reliable partner that has a strong track record in electric plane charging and white labelling?

Electric airplane charging
What you get
  • 360° electric aircraft/UAM/eVTOL charging solutions, including custom hardware, firmware and software
  • Hardware: connector types specifically adapted for electric airplanes/UAM/eVTOL. The hardware design can be customized with your own branding.
  • Firmware: status indicators that fit the need of the airplane industry. The logo on screen can also be customized when needed.
  • Software: a management software to network several aircraft charging stations. (coming soon)
Electric airplane flying
360° electric aircraft/UAM/eVTOL charging solutions, including custom hardware, firmware and software
  • Hardware: connector types specifically adapted for electric airplanes/UAM/eVTOL. The hardware design can be customized with your own branding.
  • Firmware: status indicators that fit the need of the airplane industry. The logo on screen can also be customized when needed.
  • Software: a management software to network several aircraft charging stations. (coming soon)
FLIGHT XT
Multiple years track record charging electric planes on several aircrafts and different airports
  • Green Motion started to develop electric plane charging solutions back in 2017 and its electric plane charging technology has been in use at two airports in Switzerland since spring 2019.

  • We are partnering with electric aircrafts industry leaders such as Pipistrel, H55 and Solarstratos. 

  • The company is a member of the SAE International’s AE-7D Aircraft Energy Storage and Charging Committee to participate in setting electric plane charging standards.

Green Motion HQ
Engineered by Green Motion, Swiss electric vehicle pioneer since 2009
  • The company creates breakthrough technologies, including charging stations for all types of vehicles, from motorcycles, electric trucks, electric planes as well as onboard chargers for the automobile industry.

  • Green Motion has a track record of more than 11 years in the EV charging infrastructure. The company operates its own network of electric vehicle charging stations under the “evpass” brand. evpass has become the most extensive Swiss network and is now the leading EV charging hub in Europe.

  • Green Motion leverages its whole know-how and expertise gathered from electric cars to the aeronautical industry.


     

Electric airplane charging
Case study, Green Motion has developed a complete solution in partnership with Pipistrel to provide:
  • A universal solution with a worldwide standard in electric plane charging.

  • A charging solution that’s here to last and that can evolve with the latest technologies on the market.

  • A product that is designed and white labelled specially for Pipistrel.

  • An easy to install charger that can be combined with a photovoltaic system, as solar technology also lets airports apply for subsidies. It can be complemented with cutting-edge storage solutions to enable internal consumption.

  • A network of electric plane charging stations: using Green Motion’s software, expertise and track record in creating and operating EV networks, the two companies envision creating the first EV charging network for electric planes and UAM in the years to come.
     

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