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Ekoenergetyka-Polska strengthens its position in the international arena. The Polish manufacturer has once again won the tender issued by RATP and is implementing one of the largest contracts for charging infrastructure for electric buses in Europe. Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens ordered as many as 274 chargers with a total capacity of 24.5 MW.

 

274 charging stations

 

Ekoenergetyka-Polska will deliver 274 devices of 90 kW each to the Seine. The charging infrastructure will have a capacity of almost 24.5 MW! The Polish manufacturer runs a tailor-made project, as specified by RATP. Threrfore charging stations for two Parisian depots – Center Bus de Lilas and Pleyel – will be available in three configurations.

The first of them, standard, plug-in type, is equipped with a CCS Combo 2 connector. The second is a charger with a satellite to charge buses parked in the parts of the depot with limited space. The third one is equipped with a dedicated cable reel that allows to lower the cable from the ceiling to the bus socket.

– One of the greatest advantages of the solutions designed by Ekoenergetyka is their customization. We adapt our charging stations to specific customer requirements, both technically and visually. We are preparing a modern charging infrastructure for electric buses, which will be located in Paris, in accordance with the requirements of RATP – emphasizes Maciej Wojeński, Vice-President of the Management Board, Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A.

 

First-class infrastructure

This is the second contract of the French operator for the Polish leader of the emobility market. Already in 2018, both entities signed a contract for the supply of charging stations to the most populous region of the country, Île-de-France. Ekoenergetyka has delivered 96 charging stations with a capacity of 60 and 100 kW to Paris.

– The tender won two years ago was a great success for us. It was our first order on the French market – a contract with one of the largest operators in France – says Vice-President Wojeński. The fact that Ekoenergetyka won the contract again proves that the charging infrastructure for electric buses produced by the Polish manufacturer matches the needs of the growing e-mobility market perfectly.

 

Ekoenergetyka strengthens its position in Europe

The manufacturer of electric vehicle charging infrastructure has been focusing on building real electromobility for years and has been very successful in this area. Ekoenergetyka does not avoid innovative, bold projects that contribute to the development of the industry. – Contracts with international, large operators in the largest cities of Europe, such as RATP and Paris, is one of the elements of our development strategy. We consistently strived for the globalization of the company, expanded our research centers and increased production capacity to carry out larger contracts – says Bartosz Kubik, one of the company’s founders.

 

Bus 2025

Ekoenergetyka’s contract is part of the ambitious plan of the regional transport authority Île-de-France Mobilités (IDFM) to eliminate all diesel buses. The French operator declared in 2014 a technological and environmental change that will eliminate diesel buses from the fleet and replace them with zero emission vehicles by 2025. These measures aim to reduce the emissions generated by the RATP fleet by 50%.

 

 

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Growth, innovations, and market praise. That would be the shortest summary of 2020 for Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. Premiere products for passenger cars, a new research and development centre and nearly 70 tenders won in Poland and abroad contributed to the dynamic growth of the company.

 

Stimulating electromobility

The second best, and the fastest growing company in the Polish SME sector (the “Gazele Biznesu” award) has completed numerous projects that strengthened its market position in the last 12 months. The manufacturer of fast charging stations for passenger cars and transport vans, trucks and busses invested in research and development, entering new markets, new products and staff. It also supported the launch of the first multi-vehicle fast charging station for electric cars Ekoen, which started operating in February.

Although the year 2020 was full of challenges, we did not slow down but accelerated instead. Our well-thought out and consistently implemented strategy allowed us to complete new investments, increase employment, invest in laboratories and new technologies, and, at the same time, expand our order portfolio. I am convinced that the next year will bring further development of the company and new contracts, also on foreign markets, said Dagmara Duda, President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A.

The company has just finished the expansion of its research and development centre – The Centre for New Technologies in Electric Transport. It will focus on developing charger technologies in terms of mechanical structures, power electronics, and optimisation. The engineers of Ekoenergetyka, who currently account for more than half of its personnel, will use the Centre to create innovative solutions and equipment, thus expanding the company’s portfolio. The Centre will also allow us to develop our testing competences, so that the company may receive accreditation. At the same time, the construction works on the R&D centre for hydrogen technologies in transport are coming to an end. In total Ekoenergetyka has allocated PLN 120 million to the construction of new manufacturing and research and development facilities by 2022.

 

POWERful market position

In 2020, the company manufactured nearly 700 charging stations, won 68 tenders of a total value of PLN 75 million and increased its market share to 16 countries. This record year was the time of realisation of several unique contracts, including: 100 fast charging stations Axon for PKN Orlen, 272 devices of a total power of 24.5 MW for Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP), creating the charging infrastructure in one of the largest projects of replacement of old buses with electric ones in Europe – for MZA Warszawa, completion of the project for MZK Zielona Góra and several towns throughout Poland as well as signing the contract with GDDKiA for new charging stations near A1 and A2 motorways.

The market is developing dynamically, and we are obtaining new clients and partners who want not only to use our reliable, innovative products, but also our unique know-how and experience in creating effective and profitable electric car charging systems. They also appreciate our proprietary, innovative system for monitoring and remote management of infrastructure, emphasised Maciej Wojeński, Vice-President of Ekoenergetyka – Polska S.A.

 

Good energy not only for vehicles

Ekoenergetyka has not slowed down a bit also in the development of staff and corporate social responsibility initiatives. In 2020, the company’s workforce increased by 38%, and new employees were recruited for almost the whole year. Currently the company employs about 400 people.

In the second half of the year, the Ekoenergetyka Foundation was established. Its aim is to support the development of children and young people, their safety and health. We support the development of our employees, who may pursue their passions both professionally, and by an offer prepared especially for them and their families, or by engaging in actions for the local community. The good energy of our employees stimulates further initiatives, concluded Urszula Przegalińska-Kubik, Vice-President of Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A., and the President of the Foundation. The Company, together with the Foundation, provided financial and material support for institutions, social organisations, and enterprises in the region, including two hospitals, a Home for Single Mothers, the Fire Brigades and the “Noble Parcel” action as well as fundraising events on the siepomaga.pl portal. What distinguishes Ekoenergetyka is supporting the development of children and young people in various areas.

 

Great end and a promising start

The company closed the year 2020 with revenues exceeding PLN 100 million and several activities that will open completely new opportunities for the next year. Part from completing the expansion of the Centre for New Technologies, Ekoenergetyka started the development of its manufacturing lines, which will allow it to respond to the needs of its customers even more flexibly. The company has also signed an agreement for the lease of new office premises in Katowice, where it will start operational activity in May.

At the beginning of December, the company presented a new product: the innovative Axon Pay charger. The fast charging station with an integrated payment system will be commercially available already in the first quarter of 2021.In mid-December, Ekoenergetyka started co-operation with Indonesia. During the official visit at Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A., the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia in Poland inaugurated the Polish-Indonesian Platform for Electromobility. The Company gave the representatives of Indonesia a fast charging station that will be launched in March. In the same month, Ekoenergetyka will meet government representatives and present its solutions during the trade fair in Jakarta.

 

 

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Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. is a leader in the electromobility sector in Europe. The company has been designing and manufacturing cutting-edge, reliable high-power charging stations for electric vehicles for more than a decade.  The company continues to grow dynamically. In 2019 its revenues increased by 1 154.53% (PLN 69.034 million, employment: 278 people). A year before, this rate was 923.03% (PLN 37.546 million; employment: 112 people).

 

 

 

 

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The Polish-Indonesian Platform for Electromobility has been launched. The new initiative, implemented in cooperation with the Polish Chamber of Electromobility Development (PIRE), was inaugurated during the official visit of the Indonesian Ambassador to Poland at Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A.

Her Excellency Siti Nugraha Mauludiah, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to Poland, came to Zielona Góra at the invitation of Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. and PIRE. On December 17, 2020, the Ambassador met with the company’s Management Board to discuss the development of cooperation with the Indonesian side, who is interested in implementing the solutions and products created by the Polish leader in the field of electromobility.

After the discussions and arrangements with the Ambassador, Dagmara Duda, President of the Management Board of Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. commented: – The visit of Her Excellency, Ambassador Siti Nugraha Mauludiah, is not only symbolic. We are starting cooperation, which will yield tangible results in the upcoming months. We have inaugurated the Polish-Indonesian Platform for Electromobility and we are handing over to the Indonesian side our modern Axon charging station, which will be installed in Indonesia in the first quarter of 2021. This is just the first step in the development of our cooperation, which will involve sharing knowledge and experience, and offering modern solutions for electromobility-oriented cities, operators of transportation systems and users of electric vehicles.

The charging station provided by Ekoenergetyka is equipped with three standard plugs and protocols that enable charging of all types of cars. The station has a power of 50, 100 and 150 kW. It allows to charge three vehicles at the same time, and the high output power significantly speeds up the charging process.

Maciej Wojeński, President of the Management Board of Ekoenergetyka Sales, which is responsible for the sales of charging stations on the domestic and foreign markets, familiarised the Indonesian delegation with the company’s solutions that have already been implemented and functioning on 16 markets. He also presented innovative products of Ekoenergetyka, including the latest Axon Pay charging station with an integrated payment terminal. The offer and opportunities provided by the Polish company are in line with the goals and needs of the Indonesian government, which plans to accelerate the process of electrification of the transport system. After the presentation of the company’s solutions and a visit at the Ekoen Alternative Fuel Station, the Ambassador emphasised that the key area of ​​interest for the Indonesian side are not only the technologies and products of Ekoenergetyka-Polska, but also the company’s unique experience in the implementation of charging systems, as well as joint educational initiatives.

The aim of the newly established Polish-Indonesian Platform for Electromobility is to facilitate business relations and the exchange of experiences between Polish and Indonesian entities. One of the goals is also to enable and strengthen cooperation in terms of education and innovation in the field of electromobility.

 

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Hereby inform you that Ekoenergetyka Polska S.A. is the company introducing equipment to the German market and therefore, within the WEEE / ElektroG Directive, it has signed an agreement with take-e-way GmbH in Hamburg. On behalf of Ekoenergetyka Polska S.A., Take-e-way meets the information obligation pursuant to section 18 section 2 of the German Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act.

Detailed data can be found at:
www.take-e-way.de/leistungen/elektrogesetz-weee-elektrog/berichts-informationspflichten/
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Ekoenergetyka-Polska continues to supply electric bus charging stations to new cities. Twenty stations will be sent to Craiova in Romania, and four – including a pantograph fast charging station – to Piła. The company from Zielona Góra has contracts signed with Solaris Bus&Coach.

Romania is one of the countries in the European Union that is facing serious problems with air pollution. The primary goal for the largest Romanian cities is to introduce a fleet of low-emission buses to public transportation system and to create a charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. Craiova, the sixth largest city in Romania, has decided to electrify its public transport.

Technological competence, experience and reliability in terms of supplies make us a reliable business partner, regardless of the order size and country of delivery. In order to meet diverse needs of our clients, Ekoenergetyka successfully implements innovative solutions to the market, including the world’s fastest charging station for electric buses. We are pleased to be working on another contract signed with Solaris, one of the largest producers of electric buses – says Maciej Wojeński, President of the Management Board of Ekoenergetyka – Sales, which is responsible for selling the charging stations on the domestic and European market.

Craiova has ordered 16 depot charging stations with 40 kW output power, as well as four fast charging stations with an inverted pantograph with 300 kW output power. One of them will be placed at the bus depot, and another three – at two bus terminus within the city, in order to allow to quickly recharge the batteries of the buses throughout the day. Overnight, the buses will be charged at the depot via 16 plug-in stations. Solaris is expected to supply to Craiova 16 articulated buses of the Urbino 18 electric model.

5 vehicles of the Urbino 12 electric model will be sent to Piła, where Solaris has won a tender for the supply of buses along with their charging infrastructure. Ekoenergetyka is responsible for the delivery of the stations ordered by the MZK Piła – public transport operator: three depot charging stations with an output power of 120 kW, which enable simultaneous charging of two buses (each with 60 kW output power), and a pantograph fast charging station with 400 kW output power and an additional video monitoring system.

The total value of the order exceeds PLN 6 million.

 

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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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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.

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The Dąbrowa Basin Region is confronting the question of electromobility in earnest. The largest city in the region is buying more electric buses from Solaris Bus & Coach, along with charging stations, which will be produced and delivered by Ekoenergetyka-Polska.

The Sosnowiec City Transport Company will be provided with both the depot facilities as well as city fast-charging stations. Ekoenergetyka will supply eight 80 kW mobile slow-charging stations to the base at ul. Lenartowicza. Devices equipped with two CCS Combo 2 connectors will mean that more than one bus can be charged at a time.

The city will also install two 250 kW and one 190 kW inverted pantograph fast-charging station at the bus station. Placed on special masts, they will not take up much space, which is a major convenience, especially in public areas.

Thanks to Ekoenergetyka-Polska’s vast knowledge and know-how, the inhabitants of Sosnowiec and the whole Dąbrowa Basin Region will be able to breathe cleaner air and learn the advantages of fumeless, quieter urban transport.

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Ekoenergetyka-Polska is successfully expanding to Scandinavia. For Brakar AS, a Norwegian public transport organizer, we will prepare a charging infrastructure for the depot in the city of Drammen. Based on extensive knowledge and many years of experience, the charger manufacturer proposed a solution tailored to customer requirements.

In line with the design, two roofed shelter structures were built in Drammen. Special stands for electric buses will be placed underneath. Ekoenergetyka will supply 32 compact wallboxes of 30 kW each. They will be equipped with a cable with a CCS Combo 2 plug. Due to being suspended on poles, they take a minimum of space. The great advantage of charging stations lies in the fact that, despite their small size, they have the same parameters as standard structures with the same power.

Undoubtedly, one of the greatest advantages of the solutions proposed by Ekoenergetyka-Polska is their perfect match to customer requirements. The charging stations produced by the company are tailored to specific needs. This applies both to the technical aspects, such as power or a specific interface, as well as to the design i.e. the shape, type of material, and colour of the station.

This is not the first contract that a Polish manufacturer has been implementing for the Scandinavian Brakar AS.  Ekoenergetyka is also preparing 300 kW of pantograph charging stations.  They will supply power to electric buses on city routes.

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