Ekoenergetyka - Polska is a fast growing company - manufacturer of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles with realized projects in whole Europe. Its main headquarters is in Zielona Góra in Poland. The company is dynamically growing and during last couple of years has tripled the number of employees and at the moment employs approximately 170 workers. Ekoenergetyka is building the first research and development center in Europe that will carry out research and development related to new technologies in electric transport.
“During ten years of activity of Ekoenergetyka, we have gained experience in the industry within a vast scope of projects. So far Ekoenergetyka has provided nearly 330 fast charging stations to 45 cities in 11 countries in Europe, Turkey and Singapore. The supplied charging stations has participated in over 50 test programs. The company's products charge electric buses from the Mediterranean countries (Barcelona, Spain) to the Arctic Circle (Luleå, Sweden) confirming the possibility of individual adjustment of Ekoenergetyka`s solutions to the needs of the customer and environment and local architectural requirements. Ekoenergetyka cooperates with all major vehicle manufacturers as well as with public transport operators at home and abroad, including: MZA Warszawa, MPK Kraków, MZK Zielona Góra, TMB Barcelona, HKL Helsinki, VHH Hamburg and RATP Paris. Last year Ekoenergetyka came back to electric cars market with fast chargers.
Ekoenergetyka believes in individual approach towards every customer, project and development possibility and has been implementing this approach in all it’s projects all the while promoting and implementing international standards and is happy to be part of global CharIN association ” – says Maciej Wojenski, V-ce President of Ekoenergetyka.
Ekoenergetyka is a CEE region leader in production of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. Rich product portfolio of company shows using of Combined Charging System almost in every charging station. Ekoenergetyka promotes and advocates for the application of European standards of charging systems among it’s customers, suppliers and peers and is looking forward to continue doing so within CharIN association framework.