Company Description:

HELIOX is a company specialized in switch mode power technology. With worldwide presence HELIOX develops, manufactures and delivers products, services and solutions for a broad range of markets, such as Audio, Medical, Industrial and Automotive customers with high power EV charging solutions, PSU’s, Class D amplifiers, lamp drivers, chargers and AC inverters. The core business of the company is the development and sales of high performance power converters, for and to its customers. HELIOX has all the capabilities on board to operate in a business to business environment for application areas as high end consumer, audio, industrial, medical and automotive. Its ambition is to design, manufacture and deliver products in close cooperation with its customers. The knowledge, experience and the continuous investment in R&D has resulted in a strong growing and profitable position in the high-end and professional power conversion segment and especially in the high power EV charging market.

Role and main tasks within the project:

HELIOX holds ample experience and knowhow on R&D, manufacturing, implementation and operation of large scale charging infrastructure. Thus covering the full scope of research related topics to practical operational knowledge. HELIOX will contribute to define the requirements, realization and implementation of a battery integrated fast charger based on a dynamical reconfigurable power converter, delivering 450kW output power with less than 150kW input power, and the EV high-power charging infrastructure Use-case. Appropriate analysis, supported by modelling and simulation will be done and finally the demonstrator and the use-case will be realized, operated and evaluated.


This project has received funding from the Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 876868. This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Slovakia.”
The project has an overall budget of about 19.576 M€. The project will receive an ECSEL JU funding of some 5.785 M€ completed with national funding from – Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Italy and Slovakia.