Vehicles chargers manufacturer Ekoenergetyka, from Poland, will unveil what it call “a groundbreaking charging solution” at this year’s Nordic EV Summit in Oslo.

Despite being a relatively small market, Norway has become a pioneer in electromobility. In 2023 alone. 83% of all vehicle sales in Norway were battery electric vehicles (BEVs), and by January 2024 this figure had risen to an impressive 92.1%, Ekoenergetyka sums up.

Ekoenergetyka new chargers at Nordic EV Summit in Oslo

New Ekoenergetyka charging station “is designed to meet the evolving needs of Norway’s growing electric vehicle market”, the company says. Technical details of the chargers haven’t been released so far.

“This is a new era in the development of fast charging networks, thanks to state-of-the-art technology and reliability,” – Bartosz Kubik, co-founder and CEO of Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A., said. It is the fruit of the work of engineers and thousands of conversations with our customers, which allowed us to better understand what benefits are important to them in order to develop their charging infrastructure business more effectively.”


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