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 will handle repairs that require physical intervention.
As part of its pan-European expansion plans, Ekoenergetyka recently announced distribution agreements for Germany and the UK, and has provided customized infrastructure for public transit operators in such cities as Berlin and Paris.
In Norway, about 90% of all new passenger car registrations are for electric vehicles, and in Sweden, the share exceeds 60%. “Drivers in the Nordic countries may be the world’s most enthusiastic buyers of electric vehicles,” said Ekoenergetyka CEO Bartosz Kubik, “so we simply have to be present in these markets.”