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Ekoenergetyka expands partnership with ORLEN Deutschland for Axon Easy 400 EV Chargers

ORLEN Deutschland for Axon Easy 400 EV Chargers, Ekoenergetyka

Ekoenergetyka, a pioneer in high-power electric vehicle charging infrastructure across Europe, is thrilled to announce the extension of its collaboration with ORLEN Deutschland, the German arm of Poland’s energy giant ORLEN S.A. In a significant move, ORLEN Deutschland has placed another order for the cutting-edge Axon Easy 400 model, that had its worldwide premiere during the London EV Show.

The Axon Easy 400, showcased at the London EV Show, boasts rapid charging capabilities, adding 100 km of range to an electric vehicle in just 2.5 minutes. This model aligns with Germany’s Eichrecht calibration law, ensuring accurate and transparent charging, and complies with the Plug & Charge payment standard, allowing drivers a hassle-free experience without credit cards or mobile apps.

ORLEN’s E-Mobility strategy aims to establish a robust presence in Germany’s EV charging market, targeting over 100 High Power Chargers (HPCs) by the end of 2024. Ekoenergetyka, having initially specialized in customized solutions for public transit operators, is now providing standardized offerings for charging point operators, supporting ORLEN in its ambitious plans.

We take pride in our ongoing partnership with ORLEN Group, a key player with strong brands and an extensive network,” stated Bartosz Kubik, CEO, and Co-Founder of Ekoenergetyka. “The Axon Easy 400 perfectly aligns with our strategy to be a leading provider to charging-point operators, and this contract reinforces our credibility in this demanding market.

Presenting the Axon Easy 400 at the London EV Show, Ekoenergetyka highlights features like LED availability indicators, 10-meter-long cables, and a 24-inch independent advertising screen.

Ekoenergetyka will continue its tradition of providing 24/7 remote monitoring and repair services for ORLEN Deutschland from its headquarters in Zielona Góra, Poland. The company’s advanced systems address almost 60% of malfunction reports remotely, ensuring seamless operations.

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