Vattenfall to distribute EV chargers across Europe


Europe-based energy retailer Vattenfall has signed a deal with CTEK to supply electric vehicle charging equipment and services in a bid to accelerate the adoption of EVs.

CTEK will help Vattenfall to deploy the firm’s InCharge product as well as supply to homeowners, businesses and local councils across Europe.

CTEK is providing Vattenfall with its EV charging infrastructure and software through a Service Level Agreement in a bid to maximise customer value and ensure customer satisfaction.

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The EV charging solution is based on CTEK’s Chargestorm Connected charging platform to maximise flexibility to meet individual consumer needs and wall box installations.

The solution is interoperable with nanogrid load balancing and Vattenfall’s cloud solution to help consumers to have full control of their charging experience.

Jon Lind, CEO at CTEK said “We are absolutely delighted to be working with Vattenfall on this exciting project. We already have a proven track record with Vattenfall and have successfully delivered products and solutions with them in the Scandinavian markets. The award of this contract is a real testament to the quality and reliability of our products and our complete end-to-end system.”

This announcement comes as CTEK celebrates the opening of a dedicated Electrical Vehicle (EV) Center of Excellence in Norrköping. The new facility is home to research and development labs, testing facilities and an education centre, it is also home to the company’s Quality, Sales & Marketing departments.