Dutch Greenflux closed its latest round of funding with 11 million euros. Their electric mobility infrastructure management platform found favour with investors such as the green energy company Eneco Group and the investment fund SET Ventures.
Greenflux is based in Amsterdam and supports energy companies, grid operators and automotive players to manage charge stations, enable roaming and billing and implement smart charging for advanced energy management.
In their Series B round of financing they now collected 11 million euros. Both existing shareholders BOM Brabant Ventures and ICT Group NV participated in the round alongside new investors such as Eneco and SET Ventures.
The money will serve the startup for their planned expansion. Say GreenFlux founders, Hans de Boer and Jurjen de Jong: “This investment provides the opportunity to power dominant EV charge point operators in Europe, US and Asia.”
The GreenFlux service platform is cloud-based and connects with charge stations of any type or brand. GreenFlux’s controller can be fitted in any charge station according to the company.
Greenflux says it is active in 15 countries with more than 15,000 electric car charging points.