The energy company E.ON has decided to expand their international e-mobility business unit to Norway. In the e-mobility showcase country, E.ON will be advertising its mobility business for private and corporate customers and communities in a nation-wide campaign.
The market entry in Norway is being organized by E.ONs e-mobility business unit, which is seated in Copenhagen. In Denmark, the company is running the, according to their statements, largest public charging network for electric vehicles. Last December, this meant a total of 1,300 charging stations.
In Norway, E.On is looking to position themselves as a solution provider for e-mobility in Scandinavia. To do so, the company is particularly aiming at private and public charging systems and concepts, which would be useful for commercial fleet electrification. Furthermore, E.ON is looking to cooperate with car-sharing companies, vehicle manufacturers and leasing companies.
In their native Germany, E.ON will soon be the largest national energy provider, after their take-over of the RWE subsidiary Innogy.
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