Use Cases

Remote Areas

Let there be light and there was light!

In the desert, on an island, in the forest, on the mountain or on the beach there is electricity from a simple box, a Power-Pack. What yesterday was the the power grid network and a diesel generator, is today a simple PV system and standardised batteries. 

Power Generator

Power is where electricity is needed!

The Power-Pack can also be used as a portable power generator with a 230 V AC household socket, continuous current load of > 25 A, 1,000 W continuous power. 

Electro Mobility

Lightweight – Sunlight – Swappable Batteries.

Where transport services must be affordable, only unified swappable batteries promote driving range extensions and therefore customer acceptance. The cheapest transport solution is lightweight vehicles and LVDC batteries fuelled by the Sun. The development of E-Mobility is inconceivable without a standardised battery system. 

Mobility as a Service

Goods are good for providing solutions

VoltaMove is venturing into the field of Mobility as a Service (MaaS). The focus is on creating affordable transport solutions by renting electric vehicles and swappable battery packs, reducing both environmental impact and transport costs for our customers.


Boat Motors

Operating costs can be reduced vigorously.

A fishing boat with an electric outboard engine is the simplest example of profitability of an electric vehicle. Slide the engine, connect the battery and drive off. 

2 Wheeler

Local Content!

One Gambian company assembles electric vehicles. This set up a spare parts warehouse and personnel capacities. These prevent broken vehicles from lying on the roadside as a scrap. 

3 Wheeler

A simple power train.

The Technical University of Esslingen and the Stuttgart University for Media formed a team of 9 students and 2 professors for building a 3-wheeler. With a truck generator switched to a motor, the tricycle is driving with a Power-Pack through The Gambia.

4 Wheeler

We are proud to test our products in many different electric vehicles.

The first vehicles have already received their Power-Packs. From 2025, up to 25,000 vehicles shall be manufactured within a year. 4 units are installed per vehicle. This corresponds to an annual production of 100,000 Power-Packs.

Test Field

Entre Tropique du Cancer et Tropique du Capricorne

The transport sector can be built on the inexpensive generation of energy from renewable energies. The Gambia and Tanzania are our places for product research and development concerning remote area supply and e-mobility. The sun is moving the traffic, especially between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. Until the end of this year we should have installed 13 PV-Charging Stations in West Africa with around 50 swappable batteries at the Atlantic coast for proof of concept for our Electro Mobility Projects. 

VoltaView Powerhouse

Clean Electricity – Clean Drinking Water.

From VoltaView the technology of charging stations transferred to VoltaMove. In small container boxes in Tanzania and in The Gambia our battery systems are in use as local and as mobile electricity storage units to supply the rural population with drinking water and electricity. Power2Go and Power2Move.

Mini Grid Application

The value makes a difference!

The gasoline price for an internal combustion motor might be € 1.50 per litre. There are approximately 10 kWh of energy in one litre of fuel. The efficiency of the combustion engine is less than 30 %. In the case of fossil fuel use, the operating costs are around € 0.50 per kWh. Compared to this, energy can be produced below 10 EUR-cents per kilowatt hour by PV systems. The perceived value of electricity is higher in electro mobility. That is why more and more operators of Mini Grids are using our Power-Packs.


Think global and do it local.

With decentralised solutions for decentralised needs we try to meet the demand of battery systems for supplying electricity. Battery charging times in the Kiosks and the actual use of the batteries in the vehicle can be decoupled from each other. This relieves the entire power grid at otherwise usual peak times. 

PV contracts with IPPs

Renewable Energy Partnerships.

With an output of one megawatt, the PV solar power plant at Banjul International Airport will become the centre of electro mobility for The Gambia. The independent power producer (IPP) is charging the batteries for the car rental agency.