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Ekoenergetyka introduces new EV charging stations in Nordic market

Polish EV charging station provider Ekoenergetyka demonstrated its new charging system, tailored for charging point operators, at the recent Nordic EV Summit in Oslo, Norway.  Norway is Europe’s leading market for EVs, which accounted for 92% of new car sales in January. In Ekoenergetyka’s new configuration, its AXON Side 360 DLBS power unit is combined… Read more »

Ekoenergetyka to sell 140 bus charging stations to Scandinavian public transport operator

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… Read more »

Wennstrom to distribute Ekoenergetyka EV charging stations in Nordic market

Poland-based EV charging infrastructure producer Ekoenergetyka has announced that Norwegian fueling services provider Wennstrom will sell and service its products in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. Ekoenergetyka says it will provide 24/7 remote monitoring and repair services for the charging stations from its Polish headquarters, allowing it to address nearly 60% of malfunction reports. Wennstrom… Read more »

Ekoenergetyka to supply its new Axon Easy 400 EV charger to ORLEN Deutschland

Poland-based EV charger manufacturer Ekoenergetyka will supply chargers, including its latest model, the Axon Easy 400, to ORLEN Deutschland, the German unit of Polish energy group ORLEN. Ekoenergetyka currently supplies 80% of ORLEN’s charging network in Poland, and has provided charging infrastructure for public transit operators in European cities including Barcelona, Berlin, Hamburg and Paris…. Read more »

Ekoenergetyka provides 300 kW chargers for Malmö electric buses

The City of Malmö, Sweden has ordered three 300 kW quickPOINT City Chargers from Poland-based Ekoenergetyka. The OppCharge-based chargers, equipped with inverted pantographs, will go into service this fall, providing quick top-ups to 13 Volvo e-buses that will go into operation at the end of the year. The devices will be connected to an external… Read more »

Polish startup Ekoen to open 100 full-service charging hubs

Polish startup Ekoen plans to build 100 EV charging hubs in Poland. Each of the hubs will be “a space to fully rechange both the vehicle as well as the driver,” featuring open-access fast charging, an EV driver lounge open 24/7, and a café serving local food. “The e-mobility market is entering a new stage,”… Read more »

Polish EVSE maker to test new heavy-duty EV chargers at charging hubs

Charging station manufacturer Ekoenergetyka is working on a series of charging stations with capacities ranging from 750 to 1,500 kW. The company plans to launch the new “ultrachargers” at test charging hubs for passenger and heavy-duty EVs in Germany and Poland. According to the company, one of its new 750 kW chargers could add 400… Read more »

Electric buses in Europe: 50 Solaris Urbinos for Poland, 22 Volvo buses for Norway

The Polish city of Cracow has ordered 50 Solaris Urbino 18 electric buses, along with 50 plug-in charging stations. The city’s transit agency, MPK, already operates 400 Solaris buses, including 28 electric buses. The new vehicles will be delivered within a year. The order is worth approximately 36 million euros. MPK was awarded an EU… Read more »

Polish city to deploy 47 e-buses and citywide charging network

Public transport operator MZK in the Polish city of Zielona Góra is planning to electrify 47 buses – 60% of the city’s fleet – and has chosen local firm Ekoenergetyka-Polska to supply the charging infrastructure The 4-million-euro project is the biggest of its kind in Poland. MZK will deploy multi-output e-bus charging stations at 11… Read more »