Daniel Webster, dWeb.News Publisher
LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Wallbox (NYSE:WBX), a leading provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging and energy management solutions worldwide, announced the expansion of its digital presence of CES to bring CES2022 and its innovations to the living rooms of technology enthusiasts around the world.
As part of its digital campaign the company has transformed the in-person immersive experience available at its 3000 square feet booth at CES into a virtual reality (VR) and 360 degree experience that can be viewed for free on their Youtube channel. This VR experience is intended to show people how the next generation of Wallbox technology can transform their day.
Innovation can be difficult to describe in words so we wanted to show the world what we’re doing. Wallbox’s CMO, Barbara Calixto, said that virtual reality allows users to see how new technologies such as vehicle to home (V2H), or sustainable energy management are used in real-life situations.
To share more of the show’s happenings with viewers at home, Wallbox plans to create daily content. This content will include the latest hardware pieces that will be unveiled at the event.
Copper 2 – Wallbox will present its latest Business charger for the European market. With 22kW charging power, Copper 2 has been rigorously designed to close the gap in business charging needs, bringing a new take on Business EV charging. Copper 2 addresses the needs of drivers, installers, and companies for reliable chargers that are user-centric, have energy management, installation, and maintenance options. Copper 2 is expected to begin production in Q3 2022.
Quasar 2 – the latest generation of its bidirectional home charger designed specifically for the North American market. Wallbox’s latest innovation allows EV owners to charge their vehicle and then discharge it to power their home. “Wallbox is continuing to invent pioneer technologies that make electric driving more accessible to consumers around the globe.” Quasar 2 & Copper 2 are our newest products, designed to meet the needs of millions of people who are expected to make the transition to electric driving. Enric Asuncion is Wallbox’s CEO and co-founder. “We want to get people excited about our technology and show them how it is changing the way the world uses energy”
Through their digital content, the company will also give viewers insight into the design process behind Wallbox products, for which the company has been presented with many awards, including at CES2020. The company will also offer a tour of some the hottest trends in electric vehicles at CES this year. “CES gives the tech community a chance to show where technology is going,” stated Barbara Calixto (Creative Marketing Officer at Wallbox). “It’s an important event globally, and we wanted to ensure that we could share the experience with as many people as possible and get them excited for the future of EV charging and energy.”
Where to find Wallbox
For those attending CES2022 in person, Wallbox can be found in the West Hall 6627 of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Wallbox is a global technology company, dedicated to changing the way the world uses energy. Wallbox develops innovative electric vehicle charging systems and energy management systems that restructure users’ relationships to the grid. Wallbox offers more than electric vehicle charging. It gives users the ability to manage their consumption, save money and live sustainably. Wallbox offers a complete portfolio of charging and energy management solutions for residential, semi-public and public use in more than 80 countries.
Founded in 2015 and headquartered in Barcelona, the company now employs over 700 people in its offices in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
For additional information, please visit www.wallbox.com.
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