Ekoenergetyka to sell 140 bus charging stations to Scandinavian public transport operator – Charged EVs

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Polish EV charging provider Ekoenergetyka will deliver up to 140 chargers for electric buses to Nobina, a Scandinavian public transportation operator.

Ekoenergetyka will install its Axon Easy 120 kW and 180 kW DC chargers at four bus depots in Stockholm this year, and plans to bring them online by January 2025.

Ekoenergetyka sells throughout Europe—it claims to have a 20% share of Europe’s municipal bus charging station market. The company is expanding aggressively into the Nordic region.

Ekoenergetyka provides round-the-clock remote monitoring and repair services for its charging stations from its headquarters in Zielona Góra, Poland. The company says it can address almost 60% of reported issues remotely.

“This contract is an important vote of confidence in Ekoenergetyka from a major player in a demanding market,” said Ekoenergetyka CEO and co-founder Bartosz Kubik. “Our relationship with Nobina is off to a great start.”

“We are pleased with the initial results of our relationship with Ekoenergetyka, and we look forward to working closely with them,” said Lisa Sievert, head of electrification at Nobina. “Our customers demand high-quality, reliable green transportation, and with Ekoenergetyka we’ve found a partner who can help us deliver.”

Source: Ekoenergetyka



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