Ekoenergetyka, a leading producer of high-power electric vehicle charging infrastructure, has established a partnership with GodEnergi to distribute and service its products, expanding its footprint in the Nordic region.

GodEnergi, which has more than 14 years of electric vehicle infrastructure in the Nordics, particularly in Denmark, will lease, sell, install and service Ekoenergetyka’s cutting-edge chargers. The company has already installed more than 6,000 charging stations, including Ekoenergetyka products at municipal bus depots. Technicians from GodEnergi participated in training at the manufacturer’s headquarters in Zielona Góra, Poland, in November, gaining essential knowledge about how the chargers are built and insights on how to install, activate, and modify them.

Ekoenergetyka, which already has a strong position in building infrastructure for municipal transportation fleets, is creating strong distribution partnerships across Europe to support its move into the market for passenger-car chargers.

We are proud to have GodEnergi as a part of our network of Service Partners. GodEnergi has a lot of experience and high competence with charging infrastructure. It’s a great company to realize a project of transport electrification in the Nordic region,” said Krzystof Sitko, Director of Ekoenergetyka Service Center.

Ekoenergetyka continues to expand its distribution network across the continent, offering cutting-edge charging technology with a broad range of models and configurations. Last year it announced partnerships with distributors in countries including Germany and the UK.

The collaboration with Ekoenergetyka is in line with our ambitions to offer innovative, sustainable charging infrastructure in the Nordic electric transport sector,” said GodEnergi Founder and CEO Jan Darville. “It is gratifying to add Ekoenergetyka to our portfolio of solutions. We feel a great deal of support and a true partnership approach, because we not only get a product, but also valuable know-how and problem-free product delivery.”

Ekoenergetyka provides round-the-clock remote monitoring and repair services for its charging stations from its base in Zielona Góra, near Poland’s border with Germany. The company’s advanced systems allow it to address almost 60% of malfunction reports remotely. 

Established in 2009, Ekoenergetyka grew out of an academic research project by Kubik and co-founder Maciej Wojeński. The company now employs more than 1,000 people and supplies 20% of Europe’s charging stations for municipal buses. Moreover, it has entered the passenger vehicle and truck market with reliable charging solutions.

Ekoenergetyka’s expansion drive is backed by Enterprise Investors, a leading Central European private equity fund, which took a significant minority stake last year. The fund has announced plans to invest more than €45 million in e-mobility projects.

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