Norlys Partners with EVBox Group to Boost Electric Mobility across Denmark

Norlys Signs Multi-Year Partnership with EVBox Group to Boost Electric Mobility across Denmark

EVBox Group, a leading global provider of flexible and scalable charging solutions for electric vehicles (EVs), and Norlys, Denmark’s largest energy and telecommunications group, will install 300,000 charging stations across Denmark by 2030.

Norlys and EVBox Group have partnered to provide innovative charging solutions for both the private and public sectors that will  benefit drivers across Denmark. EVBox charging stations, powered by the EVBox charging management software Everon, will be integrated into Norlys’ product portfolio.

Enhancing Denmark’s EV Charging Network

The Danish government has set a goal of having 760,000 electric and hybrid cars on its roads by 2030 which will greatly increase the demand for EV  charging infrastructure in the country.

Director of the energy division at Norlys, Mads Brøgger, said:

“Cooperation, partnerships, and taking responsibility for our communities are extremely important to Norlys. By entering into an agreement with EVBox Group, we not only get a partner that also shares our same values but also understands that collaboration lies at the core of a transition to sustainable living.”

 

Norlys and EVBox Group will install 300,000 charging stations at driveways and workplaces across Denmark by 2030, thus helping to establish a much-improved charging network needed to further establish electric mobility in Denmark.

Bram Poeth, CCO at EVBox Group, said:

“As Denmark's largest energy and telecommunications group, Norlys can play a big role in establishing EV charging infrastructure that will usher in a new era of sustainable mobility in Denmark. We are proud to partner with a company that is equally ambitious and passionate about such projects that will help to look after the future of our planet. EVBox Group has over a decade of experience in the electric mobility industry, and boasts innovative solutions designed to support EV drivers for years to come. There is no doubt that this partnership will benefit EV drivers across Denmark.”

 

This article was originally published by EVBox Group.

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