Hypernova – Public EV Charging Solutions

Hypernova is the high power charging solution at the top of Addryn public charging portfolio. Delivering up to 400 kW of charging power, it is ideal for locations aimed at long distance traveling, such as by a highway or national route, and is capable of adding up to 160 kilometer of range in 5 minutes (Dependent on the technical specifications of each EV and charging conditions.).

Wallbox, original manufacturer of Hypernova, will begin Hypernova production in the second half of 2023.

Scalability and versatility

Hypernova’s centralized system allows multiple configurations, upgradable over time, by adding power modules or user units. This allows charge point operators to apply or defer investments to match current and future demand. Hypernova adapts to different kinds of installations thanks to the user units’ small footprint and capability to charge two EVs simultaneously.


Designed to optimize space and provide easy access for drivers in any type of location. Hypernova’s elegant design fits seamlessly into public locations and conveys cutting-edge technology that attracts drivers to charge. Its cable management system, user interface, and lighting systems are thoughtfully designed to optimize the user experience and ensure ADA compliance.


Wallbox, original manufacturer, has developed Hypernova to maximize uptime, enabling increased revenue potential and reduced maintenance costs. Internal components are arranged in modules which can be serviced independently, or easily replaced, to reduce field service time. Serviceability is further enhanced by access to real-time data, auto-diagnostic systems, and remote troubleshooting.


Hypernova’s design reduces costs associated with transport, installation, operation and maintenance to minimize Total Cost of Ownership. With available power up to 400 kW, each dispenser can charge two EVs simultaneously, offering cost-efficient installation per kW and charging spot. Maintenance costs are reduced by Hypernova’s modular design, auto-diagnostics systems, and remote monitoring and service.