Plug’n Roll, the e-mobility provider of the energy supplier Repower, has been commissioned by the Zurich government. They want charging infrastructure to populate the canton’s properties as the government plans to transform the fleet until 2030.
Following a public invitation to tender, the cantonal government recently awarded Repower AG with the contract for the charging stations’ procurement and management. The framework agreement includes around 880 charging stations required by 2025; 765 of them with charging capacities of 3 kW to 22 kW. Another 115 will have charging capacities between 22 kW and 150 kW. By 2030, Zurich canton even expects a total demand of 1,000 to 1,450 charging stations for its properties.
In addition to the procurement of the charging stations, the contract also includes management. Plug’n Roll is responsible for delivering, installing, commissioning, operation, maintenance and troubleshooting, and energy billing. The contract will be executed in stages from 2021 to 2025.
How you will get access to the charging stations remains to be seen.
The Repower Group, headquartered in the town of Poschiavo in the Italian part of Switzerland. Repower claimed to have been active in electromobility since 2012 and founded Plug’n Roll in 2016. Their subsidiary Fluu offers customised charging solutions, from simple charging stations to an entire charging point network.
Source: PI via email.
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