Ekoenergetyka – Polska will provide charging infrastructure for electric buses for the second largest city in Denmark – Aarhus. This will be the fifteenth coutry in Europe, where Ekoenergetyka is present.
Ekoenergetyka – Polska won a tender organized by the Aarhus Municipality (Aarhus Kommune) and Busselskabet Aarhus Sporveje, the public transport operator in Denmark’s second largest city. Our Clients ordered 15 depot charging stations with 150 kW output power with two CCS Combo 2 plugs. Each station can charge two buses simultaneously with 75 kW output power. Charging infrastructure will be installed in two bus depots. The charging stations were designed from the scratch, to best meet the Clients’ needs. Net worth of contract is over 2,8 million PLN. It’s also possible that in the future, the order may be doubled as an option.
Our charging stations are characterized by quality and reliability and the devices we manufacture always respond to out clients’ needs when it comes to functionality and design. Choosing of Ekoenergetyka’s offer confirms out competences in electromobility field. We are glad that our charging stations will help make the public transport emission-free in another European city – says Maciej Wojeński, CEO of Ekoenergetyka – Sales responsible for sales for Polish and European markets.
Electrification of public transport is the most important element for clean transport and sustainable energy system for Denmark. Aarhus Municipality aims to be CO2 neutral by 2030. To achieve this target, the action plan for green transport was developed. The Aarhus city council intends to support this goal by increasing the electrification of public transport by providing the necessary infrastructure.
The company from Zielona Góra will have the charging stations installed at the depots by the end of April 2021.
Ekoenergetyka-Polska is a leading charging station for electric vehicles manufacturer since 2009. The company delivered almost 1000 charging stations to 70 cities in 16 countries such as: Poland, Germany, Spain, France, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Russia, and Singapore.