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Ekoenergetyka expands in Nordic EV charging market with new products for charge point operators.


Ekoenergetyka expanded its presence on the Nordic market for electric vehicle charging infrastructure with the launch of an innovative charging system, tailored for charge point operators (CPOs) in a region with some of the world’s highest EV adoption rates.

Ekoenergetyka’s AXON Side 360 DLBS intelligent power unit is combined with up to six SAT400 satellite units to create multi-station charging hubs, which the company demonstrated at the Nordic EV Summit in the Norwegian capital today. A dynamic load balancing system distributes power efficiently among the vehicles plugged into the satellites, which feature a proprietary cable management mechanism to improve customer experience.

The charging system aims to address the needs of CPOs that are bringing infrastructure into tighter urban spaces, pursuing an investment model that emphasizes fast charging time and efficient power consumption with minimal loss. Ekoenergetyka’s new offering for Nordic CPOs follows its February announcement of a contract to provide up to 140 chargers to Sweden’s Nobina, the largest Scandinavian public transportation operator.

“The Nordic countries are a demanding, competitive market, so we devoted a lot of time and resources to finding out what charge point operators need, and making sure we deliver it,” said Ekoenergetyka CEO Bartosz Kubik. “If we can make it here, we can make it anywhere, so we’re confident that these new products will give us an edge in other regions as well.”

Norway is Europe’s leading market for battery electric vehicles, which accounted for 92% of new car sales in January, compared with just 11% for the continent as a whole. Beginning at some point next year, only zero-emission passenger cars and compact vans will be sold in the country, which plans to cut 2030 CO2 emissions by 55% from the 1990 level.

Passenger cars

After capturing 20% of Europe’s market for charging stations for municipal buses, Zielona Góra, Poland-based Ekoenergetyka is building its offerings for CPOs, which provide charging for private passenger cars.

Last year the company announced contracts to supply CPOs including Portugal-based Powerdot, which offers more than 3,500 charging points; Ionity, owned by carmakers including Audi, BMW, Ford, Hyundai-Kia and Porsche; and PKN Orlen, Poland’s largest fuel retailer, which also operates in Czechia and Germany. Ekoenergetyka also signed an agreement last year for Wennstrom E-mobility to distribute its charging stations in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

The vandal-proof charging stations unveiled today can operate in temperatures from -35 to +55°C. Other features include a 19-inch screen allowing independent management of advertising content, and compatibility with a variety of payment systems.

Ekoenergetyka provides round-the-clock remote monitoring and repair services for its charging systems from its headquarters in western Poland. The company’s advanced systems allow it to address almost 60% of reported issues remotely.

Ekoenergetyka’s expansion drive is backed by Enterprise Investors, a leading Central European private equity fund, which took a significant minority stake in 2022. The fund has announced plans to invest more than €45 million in e-mobility projects.

Established in 2009, Ekoenergetyka grew out of an academic research project and now employs more than 1,000 people.