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Ultra-Fast EV Charging in Thailand: Huawei’s Liquid-Cooled Power Unit Revolutionizes the Market

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Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. is steering the future of electric charging technologies with its groundbreaking new FusionCharge Liquid-cooled Ultra-fast Charging Solution, affectionately dubbed the ‘Liquid-cooled Power Unit’. Unveiled at the ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week (ASEW) 2024, this state-of-the-art technology promises ultra-fast charging and energy storage solutions, set to debut at select petrol stations and shopping malls across Thailand, dramatically transforming the EV charging experience by making it swifter and more convenient than ever.

After a triumphant introduction in China, this cutting-edge innovation marks a monumental advance for Thailand’s burgeoning smart technology framework. The ingenious liquid-cooling system not only guarantees superior performance but also ensures quieter operation with a power unit lifespan extending up to a decade. With an eye-popping maximum output of 720 kW and a charging current of 500 A per connector, the power unit integrates a power sharing matrix to optimize the power grid capacity and utilization rate. Moreover, the reserved DC bus facilitates seamless future coupling with an Energy Storage System (ESS). This robust, reliable solution seems tailor-made for EV charging stations, and Huawei has ambitions to broaden its scope to business and residential uses.

Mr. Peng Peng, Vice President of Intelligent Electric Business Department, Huawei Digital Power, expressed his excitement: “As pioneers in renewable energy technologies and architects of intelligent digital power solutions for both businesses and households, introducing our trailblazing Liquid-cooled Ultra-fast Charging solution to Thailand is a proud moment. This represents a giant leap towards cost-efficient, intelligent charging, and clean energy solutions in Thailand. With the widespread need for ultra-fast charging in both passenger and commercial vehicles globally, our power units not only set a new bar in speed and convenience but also reflect our unwavering commitment to delivering innovative digital power solutions that drive clean energy transitions. We’re here to support Thailand as it strides towards its sustainability goals.”

The Liquid-cooled Power Unit stands on four cornerstones:

  • Enhanced Charging: Featuring an advanced power sharing matrix and a double-tier power pool, each unit functions with remarkable efficiency (up to 95.5%), distributing power more intelligently.
  • Superior Quality: With a fully liquid-cooled system and electricity-isolated design, these units boast an operational life of up to a decade.
  • Flexible Architecture: Thanks to their modular design, scalability, and varied dispenser configurations, these power units can be easily upgraded and adapted to diverse installation scenarios.
  • Better Experience: The ultra-fast EV charging speeds, reaching up to 720 kilowatts, allow drivers to add 200 km of range in a mere 5 minutes*. Additionally, the units operate quietly, emitting no more than ≤55dB@25℃**.

In collaboration with its partners, Huawei envisions building a future-proof charging infrastructure throughout Thailand that underpins the nation’s sustainable development and digital technology evolution. Looking ahead, Huawei plans to expand the reach of this pioneering technology to include both business and household applications. Drawing from its existing FusionSolar technologies, which feature residential energy storage solutions, Huawei is committed to creating a sustainable smart charging ecosystem, aiming to benefit around 60,000 Thai households by 2025.

Recognized globally as a frontrunner in digital energy technology, Huawei’s services and solutions span over 170 countries, with a spotlight on energy storage, deployment, and the safe adoption of clean energy. Huawei aims to assist government bodies, enterprises, and homes in adopting smart energy solutions, propelling the switch to renewable energy, and helping Thailand reach its carbon neutrality objectives. These goals resonate with Huawei’s steadfast mission to ‘Grow in Thailand, contribute to Thailand’ and ‘Unleash Digital for a Better Future’.

* Based on lab data. Actual results may vary depending on vehicle model, software versions, operating conditions, and environmental factors. Actual use should prevail.
** Lab data: Power unit ≤ 60 dB@25°C in Standard mode. In Silent mode, noise can be maintained below 55 dB, although power may be derated depending on actual use.


  1. Jane_123 July 4, 2024

    This liquid-cooled EV charging technology sounds groundbreaking! Imagine charging your car in just 5 minutes!

    • TechGuru July 4, 2024

      It’s indeed a major leap, but I wonder if the infrastructure in Thailand can support it effectively. Do we have enough renewable energy to keep up?

      • Jane_123 July 4, 2024

        That’s a good point. Huawei seems to have a comprehensive plan, though. They mention collaboration with local partners.

      • Prof. Daniels July 4, 2024

        The sustainability and efficiency of such a system would certainly hinge on the renewable energy grid’s capacity. Thailand still needs significant upgrades.

  2. Grower134 July 4, 2024

    It’s great to see this technology go beyond just fast charging. A quiet operation and a long lifespan are crucial factors too.

    • MayaTech July 4, 2024

      Absolutely. Noise pollution is often overlooked but it’s a significant quality-of-life factor, especially in urban areas.

    • Green_Steve July 4, 2024

      Don’t forget about the modular design! Scalability is key as our needs evolve.

  3. Danny July 4, 2024

    I’m skeptical. Lab results often look good on paper, but real-world conditions can differ vastly.

    • EVFanatic007 July 4, 2024

      True, but if they can even achieve 80% of what’s promised, it’s still a major win for EV tech.

      • Danny July 4, 2024

        That’s fair. Let’s see how it unfolds in actual use.

      • Nora G. July 4, 2024

        For sure! Any step forward in green technology is a good one in my book.

  4. Keisha_L July 4, 2024

    What about the costs involved in implementing such an advanced system? Will it make EV charging more expensive?

    • Luke Roberts July 4, 2024

      The initial investment will probably be high, but costs could come down over time with wider adoption and technological improvements.

    • EcoWarrior July 4, 2024

      If the government subsidizes these initiatives, it could mitigate the costs for consumers.

  5. Sarah W. July 4, 2024

    I love that Huawei is contributing towards a greener future. But will these technologies be accessible to the general public or only a privileged few?

    • John D. July 4, 2024

      Hopefully, as the technology scales, it will become accessible to more people. It’s a step-by-step process.

  6. TechGuy July 4, 2024

    With significant advancements in charging technology, will Thailand soon see a rise in EV adoption?

    • Lily M. July 4, 2024

      That’s likely! A faster, more reliable charging network could definitely encourage more people to switch to EVs.

    • CarEnthusiast81 July 4, 2024

      Let’s hope so! More EVs mean less pollution and a win for public health.

  7. Skeptic_Steve July 4, 2024

    Isn’t Huawei a bit too dominant in the tech world? Shouldn’t we be cautious about one company controlling so much of the infrastructure?

    • Anna P. July 4, 2024

      It’s a valid concern. Especially with all the geopolitical tensions involving Huawei.

    • Mike K. July 4, 2024

      True, but their contribution to clean energy is commendable. We have to weigh the benefits too.

    • Skeptic_Steve July 4, 2024

      Fair point, but I’m still wary. Diversification is key for both security and innovation.

  8. Sunny_Days July 4, 2024

    It’s so exciting to see advancements in renewable energy tech! Can’t wait to see this in action in our local malls.

  9. VeganMike July 4, 2024

    Do they mention anything about maintenance costs? Keeping advanced tech functional isn’t cheap!

    • BioEnergy July 4, 2024

      Good question. They did mention a long lifespan, but long-term maintenance will definitely be key.

  10. Alexa_B July 4, 2024

    Wow, the power-sharing matrix sounds like a game-changer. Efficient power distribution is always a challenge.

  11. EcoFiona July 4, 2024

    Will this Liquid-cooled Power Unit be compatible with the existing EV models in Thailand?

    • TechSavvyTom July 4, 2024

      It should be. Most modern EVs are designed to be compatible with various charging standards.

  12. Joel_777 July 4, 2024

    I hope they expand this technology globally soon. The environment needs all the help it can get.

    • GreenThumb July 4, 2024

      Absolutely. A global push for cleaner technology can really make a difference.

  13. Rachel W. July 4, 2024

    This is incredible. A 200 km range in 5 minutes is mind-boggling. We’re living in the future!

  14. Gary_T July 4, 2024

    A decade-long lifespan is impressive, but what happens to these units when they reach the end of their life? Are they recyclable?

    • SustainableSam July 4, 2024

      Great point. E-waste is already a major issue, so recycling these units is crucial for sustainability.

  15. CoderJoe July 4, 2024

    If this works as advertised, it could vastly improve the attractiveness of EVs. Waiting for an hour to charge is one of the biggest drawbacks right now.

  16. EcoIsabella July 4, 2024

    I’m glad companies are starting to focus on quiet operations. Living next to a noisy power station is a nightmare.

  17. TechRob July 4, 2024

    The integration with Energy Storage Systems is game-changing. This could help smooth out peak energy demands.

  18. David H. July 4, 2024

    Can’t wait to see how this impacts local startups. More tech opportunities could emerge with such advancements.

  19. James S. July 4, 2024

    Hopefully, this technology doesn’t come with health risks due to rapid charging. Safety first, always.

  20. Linda July 4, 2024

    I’m curious, how long would it take for a complete EV infrastructure overhaul in Thailand?

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