Ekoenergetyka, a leading manufacturer of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, continues to expand its collaboration with ORLEN Service Center, a main provider of service solutions for the energy sector. As part of this partnership, there are already 129 charging stations provided by Ekoenergetyka operating on Polish ORLEN sites, constituting over 80% of ORLEN’s entire charging network.
ORLEN, with its ambitious plan to establish an international network of charging HUBs, aims to build up to 10,000 charging points by 2030. This initiative is a cornerstone of the company’s strategy to solidify its position as an industry leader in electromobility, not only in Poland but also in the Czech Republic, Germany, and other European countries.
Recently, Ekoenergetyka delivered its first ultra-fast charging station with a capacity of 175 kW along the A1 highway at the MOP Machnacz Południe station. Thanks to this station, EV drivers can charge their vehicles from 10% to 80% in just 20 minutes.
Krzysztof Sitko, the Chief Operating Officer of Ekoenergetyka Service, emphasized that this partnership is an excellent example of synergy between two industry leaders. Collaborative projects will enable the delivery of even more charging stations for ORLEN’s customers in Poland, Czech Republic, and Slovakia, marking a significant step forward in the development of electromobility in these regions.
Crucially, Ekoenergetyka leverages advanced technologies, including a remote monitoring center, which allows for the remote detection of charging station errors and faster response times to service requests. This is a key element in enhancing the efficiency of service operations and customer satisfaction.
The cooperation between Ekoenergetyka and ORLEN Service Center opens new opportunities in the field of electromobility and contributes to the advancement of this sector in Poland. Ekoenergetyka also expands its operations by inaugurating the Ekoenergetyka Training Center, providing comprehensive training and education in the field of e-mobility to meet the growing demand for experts in this field.