BUSWORLD: EKOENERGETYKA IS CELEBRATING NORWEGIAN CONTRACT
Hall 1 - 132A
Ekoenergetyka signed a framework agreement with the Norwegian company Brakar AS for the delivery of a fast charging station for Drammen city. The agreement assumes the delivery of up to 15 pantograph fast charging stations of 300 kW and 450 kW with the option of ordering another 10 units.
Brakar AS is responsible for the public transport in Buskerud County. The region wants to become a leader in Norway in the implementation of sustainable and clean public transport and is currently implementing a major investment in the implementation of charging infrastructure and the purchase of electric buses.
Ekoenergetyka (Poland) won the tender and signed the framework agreement. The agreement assumes the delivery of up to 15 pantograph fast charging stations of 300 kW and 450 kW with the option of ordering another 10 units. The first order is most likely for a minimum of 12 stations with a value of approximately PLN 18.5 million. Brakar AS can order additional 10 charging stations by 31/08/2023.
For Ekoenergetyka it is the third and biggest project in Norway after Oslo and Kristiansand. With the new agreement, Ekoenergetyka continues its expansion in Scandinavia. The company supplied and implemented its fast chargers to Tampere and Helsinki in Finland, Vasteras, Malmö, and Luleå in Sweden and Kristiansand and Oslo in Norway.