Since 2010, our electric vehicle charging solutions have helped thousands of forward- thinking businesses around the world adopt electric mobility and achieve their goals. By 2023, our customers and partners will have helped us install one million charging ports to make transport cleaner and more accessible.
Mobility is an essential part of everyday life. It has reinvented the way we do business and given us the freedom to travel farther than ever before—but this has come at a price. To reduce transport’s impact on the environment, electric mobility must be embraced by everyone. Businesses play a key role in making this happen.
As charging needs evolve, we’ll continue providing the infrastructure and expertise needed to adopt electric mobility—along with all the support to keep customers happy and vehicles on the move. Working together, we can shape a sustainable future for transportation that’s better for everyone.
We offer electric vehicle charging solutions with uncompromising quality and reliability. Our charging solutions maximize the return on investment, while minimizing costs. From the installation and online integration of every station, to the tracking and billing of all charging sessions. We help everyone operate and manage their charging stations with ease and efficiency.
Creating, distributing, and maintaining our charging solutions around the world is an operation that contains a lot of moving parts. To make sure we’re as kind to our planet as possible, we ensure our supply chain and ways of working are as sustainable as the solutions we develop and the future we envision.
Our local manufacturing plants and distribution centers across North America and Europe reduce the need for long-distance shipping, so our solutions can be distributed quickly and efficiently, while cutting out unnecessary transportation and saving on CO2 emissions.
In collaboration with a global supply chain partner with a proven track record in procurement and network optimization, we’re able to quickly and efficiently deliver significantly higher production volumes. This means we can confidently meet and exceed your and your customers’ expectations, while adhering to strict social and environmental standards.
There will be over 130 million electric vehicles sold by 2050, and global EV sales are expected to make up more than 50% of sales in the majority of vehicle segments by 2040. Vans, trucks, and buses are expected to make more of a mark on overall EV sales by 2035.
By 2030, 65% of the population of the 20 largest European cities will live in areas that have banned diesel and ICE vehicles. California, on the other hand, was the largest spender on EV infrastructure rebates, which will help to create sufficient charging infrastructure that can support the potential 1.5 million EVs that California aims to have on its roads by 2025.
Meanwhile, we will see a continued decrease in the price of EV battery packs—to the point where we could see a $100/kWh lithium-ion battery pack entering the market by 2023.
As a result, access to electric vehicle charging facilities have become a necessity—not just for every garage or parking lot, but for all establishments that are visited frequently. We cater our charging solutions to these locations to give more charging access to electric vehicle drivers across the world, and to get the greatest return of investment for every charge port operator like yourself.
EVBox shares some of the findings from this year’s edition of the EVBox Mobility Monitor, a market research report on EV adoption.
On June 8 2022 the new location of the Elaad Testlab in Arnhem, where EVBox charging stations will be tested, was officially opened.
EVBox explains how there could be a rise in EV adoption if barriers such as car prices and uncertainty of charging availability are removed.
EV charging solutions provider EVBox has been selected to provide charging stations at the Museum of the Future in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
EVBox Group and Covestro are working on a pilot project to ensure more sustainable plastics are used in the production of EV charging stations.
Q8 and EVBox Group are set to help companies with vehicle fleets smoothly transition to electric mobility by introducing a new, fully electric offering.
EVBox Group has announced its participation at COP26 in Glasgow, calling for the accelerated adoption of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Digital Charging Solutions (DCS), EVBox Group, and The Mobility House will combine their offerings to create a single EV charging solution for fleets.
Norlys and EVBox Group have partnered to provide innovative charging solutions that will benefit drivers across Denmark.
Bridgestone EMIA is joining forces with EVBox Group and TSG, to install 3,500 charging ports across Bridgestone’s European retail and service network.
The hub will be installed in Brent Cross Shopping Centre car park, and will be delivered by leading EV charging provider Franklin Energy.
EVBox Group has announced its next-generation DC fast charging station, EVBox Troniq Modular to the European market.
EVBox Group has announced that the electric vehicle charging station, EVBox Ultroniq, has won the prestigious iF DESIGN AWARD for 2021.
EVBox has partnered with Climate Action to raise awareness of international sustainable development ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Aetna’s expertise working with multiple sectors will help make EV charging more accessible and readily available to a wide range of drivers.
Franklin Energy is set to revolutionize public parking by partnering with Q-Park to install 500 EVBox charging ports at their UK parking spaces by 2022.
YourParkingSpace has signed a partnership with EVBox Group to provide UK EV drivers with a wide range of pre-bookable park and charge spaces.
EVBox Group and TSG, are joining forces to strengthen their presence within the European electric mobility industry.
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