RWE continues internationalisation of e-mobility

First cooperation agreement signed in Denmark
Supply of charging infrastructure for e-vehicles agreed

RWE consistently continues the internationalisation of its e-mobility business. Rainer Bachmann, Head of Business Development B2B at RWE Effizienz GmbH, and Nils T. Dullum, Managing Director of CleanCharge Solutions (CC S) based in Copenhagen, signed a cooperation agreement at World Climate Solutions, Scandinavia’s most important environmental trade fair being held in Copenhagen.

Under the agreement, RWE will supply CC S with RWE’s fast charging infrastructure consisting of charging posts and charging boxes as well as services for the operation of the charging infrastructure. CC S will market the charging posts and charging boxes to customers all over Denmark in combination with electric vehicles of various manufacturers. When signing the agreement in Copenhagen, Bachmann said: “We are happy to have found CleanCharge Solutions as a competent and ambitious marketing partner for Denmark. We intend to achieve a fast breakthrough in the market for e-mobility. We meet the expectations of the customers with our offer of charging infrastructure with great ease of use and high charging capacity”.

Dullum too, was very positive about the new cooperation with RWE Effizienz GmbH: “We will demonstrate in Denmark that the customers can use electric vehicles immediately with a proven and smart fast charging infrastructure. RWE has already demonstrated this in Europe and we will do so with RWE in Denmark. The charging infrastructure is the first important signal to the customers that options are available to get away from the dependence on fossil fuels and to reduce CO2 emissions immediately. From now on there is no more reason in Denmark to refrain from e-mobility”.

RWE E-Mobility meanwhile operates in many European countries. Subsidiaries of RWE, regional energy utilities and independent mobility providers are marketing partners in the respective countries. RWE started to develop a charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in Germany back in 2009. Meanwhile there are already over 500 charging points. These are located in numerous major German cities as well as in the conurbations of Berlin and the “Ruhrgebiet”. In cooperation with municipal utilities, the network of charging posts is also being consolidated in small and mid-sized cities. In addition, cooperation agreements are being concluded with filling station operators. RWE guarantees all car power customers the supply of electricity generated exclusively from renewable sources.

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