Ekoenergetyka-France is our new branch. The presentation of the company took place at the Paris Mondial de l’Auto fair.
For over a decade, Ekoenergetyka-Polska has been consistently supporting public transport operators in the green transformation. It will electrify other European capitals, from Warsaw through Berlin, to the flagship project in Paris, where it will soon have a thousand charging stations for electric buses.
The development opportunities in french market are very promising. Ekoenergetyka-Polska has long been cooperating with French partners, including the public carrier – Regie Autonome des Transports Parisiens RATP, to which it provides fast charging systems for electric buses.
“The reason for the opening of the new branch is that we have had a lot of success here in France and we want to support sales and after-sales services even more effectively. We are creating a company to support current contracts and business, as well as to further develop sales on the market”– emphasized Petros Spinaris, Vice President for Sales and Marketing at Ekoenergetyka-Polska and at the same time President of Ekoenergetyka-France.
We have recruited experienced experts from the electromobility and automotive industries to the new company. The function of Area Manager was taken by Stéphane BATARIERE, previously associated with the Renault Group or Alpine Cars – a French manufacturer of sports cars.
Responsible for cooperation with distributors is Jean-Michel Lafaye – Distribution Account Manager. His portfolio includes, among others, experience gained in JUICE Technology France, a leading player in the field of electric vehicle charging and EV charging solutions.
Christophe Cairoli, who has been involved in the e-mobility industry for fifteen years, will be responsible for cooperation with key customers. As for the electric bus sector, he cooperated with the Finnish company Linnker, as well as Heuliez Bus, which is the market leader in the production of bus chassis, with over 45% share in the French market.
He was also associated with Navya, a French company specializing in the design and construction of autonomous and electric vehicles. When it comes to the charging infrastructure, it can boast of experience gained, among others, in the Chinese company XCharge.
The representation in France is just the beginning of the implementation of the company’s strategic development plan. There are plans to open more representative offices in Europe and around the world to best adapt to the challenges and support the dynamically developing e-mobility market.
“Our mission is, among other things, electrification of the automotive industry and we want to be sure that we will be available in all strategic markets”– said Maciej Wojeński, its co-founder, about the company’s mission.
We offer our experience when it comes to ultrafast charging solutions above 1 MW, regardless of the type of vehicle.