Kempower will market portfolio through GP Joule Connect

The Finnish charging hardware manufacturer Kempower wants to distribute its product range in Germany, Denmark, Austria and Poland via GP Joule Connect. To this end, both sides have signed a distribution and service agreement. A particular focus will be on the heavy-duty sector.

According to Kempower, the partnership covers the sale, installation, operation, and maintenance of charging infrastructure for passenger cars and commercial vehicles in the private and commercial sectors. The collaboration will enable the company to offer customised solutions for various charging scenarios and drive the continued success and expansion of the electric mobility transition. To this end, the Finns want to make their entire portfolio available to GP Joule Connect. Kempower is considered one of the leading DC charging infrastructure manufacturers in the Nordic countries and serves both the passenger and commercial vehicle sectors.

GP Joule Connect, for its part, operates as part of the North German GP Joule Group as an EV project developer, installer and operator with a focus on energy and charging solutions. Kempower highlights the partner company’s expertise in planning and designing charging stations and depots. “We want to create EV chargers that meet the needs of all EV drivers. Signing this sales and service agreement with GP Joule Connect continues our European expansion plans and increases our presence in the heavy-duty transportation market, which is experiencing a rapid electrification transition,” says Philipp Oppolzer, Kempower’s Regional Sales Director for Central Europe.

Thomas Leven, Team Leader Truck & Bus at GP Joule Connect, comments: “Partnering with Kempower will further boost our charging infrastructure portfolio for all types of electric vehicles and enable us to offer a reliable and robust rapid charging technology. We are excited to join forces with Kempower to jointly develop unique charging solutions and offer tailored project planning services, particularly for the heavy-duty transportation sector, moving forwards.”

GP Joule Connect, meanwhile, is also collaborating with other charging hardware manufacturers. At the end of 2022, the company partnered with ADS-TEC Energy to kick-start the development of numerous battery storage-based fast charging stations in Germany and Europe.


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