Ekoenergetyka to sell up to 140 bus charging stations to Nobina,top Scandinavian public transportation operator

Leading European producer of electric vehicle chargers continues expansion on Nordic markets

Ekoenergetyka will provide up to 140 chargers for electric buses to Nobina, the largest Scandinavian public transportation operator, as the European maker of high-power electric vehicle infrastructure continues its expansion in the Nordic region.

Ekoenergetyka will install its reliable Axon Easy 120kW and 180kW chargers at four bus depots in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, this year, bringing them on line by January 2025. Nobina has the largest zero-emission bus fleet in all of Scandinavia and employs 13,000 people in four countries, while Ekoenergetyka provides 20% of Europe’s charging stations for municipal buses.

The contract is part of a broader push by Ekoenergetyka into the Nordic region, one of the world’s fastest growing markets for electric vehicles.

“This contract is an important vote of confidence in Ekoenergetyka, from a major player on a demanding market,” said Ekoenergetyka CEO and Co-Founder Bartosz Kubik. “Our relationship with Nobina is off to a great start, and we’re proud to be working with them as they build the future of sustainable transportation in Stockholm and throughout the Nordic region.”

Nobina, which provides sustainable transportation to 1 million people every day, is committed to enhancing urban mobility while minimizing environmental impact. Axon Easy DC charging stations by Ekoenergetyka will be located in bus depots in the Swedish capital. The chargers are known for their efficiency and reliability, ideal for fast charging in a bustling city.

“We are pleased with the initial results of our relationship with Ekoenergetyka, and we look forward to working closely with them,” said Lisa Sievert, Electrification at Nobina. “Our customers demand high-quality, reliable green transportation, and with Ekoenergetyka we’ve found a partner who can help us deliver.”

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.

Ekoenergetyka provides round-the-clock remote monitoring and repair services for its charging stations from its headquarters in Zielona Góra, western Poland. The company’s advanced systems allow it to address almost 60% of reported issues remotely.

Established in 2009, Ekoenergetyka grew out of an academic research project by Kubik and co-founder Maciej Wojeński, and now employs more than 1,000 people.