ADS-TEC Energy enters Norway

The fast-charging company is expanding in the Nordic countries. Starting in Norway, Caverion will become the official partner and, as a system integrator, will take over the commissioning and servicing of ADS-TEC's charging stations immediately.

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ADS-TEC reportedly has two battery-buffered charging systems, ChargeBox and ChargePost, in its line-up. The ChargeBox does not require a high-voltage connection but charges continuously from the available distribution grid and stores energy in the battery to boost charging power up to 320 kilowatts.

This is also what caught Caverion’s interest. The company provides technical building services over the entire life cycle of a building, regardless of whether this is an office complex, industrial site or infrastructure.

Partnering with ADS-TEC Energy is the next logical step for its business. “ADS-TEC products are innovative and a good solution for our customers and partners who often have limited grid access,” says Ove Kjelby, Head of Sales E-Mobility at Caverion. “Since they enable ultra-fast charging from limited networks, they can utilize existing infrastructure without expanding the grid. Furthermore, ADS-TEC products are a good fit for CPOs that need to renew their older chargers cost-efficiently while still capitalizing on the existing infrastructure.” He added, “Since ChargeBox and ChargePost can provide multi-stream revenues for our clients, we are happy to include this offer in our range of products and services.”

The ChargePost was introduced in 2022, combining two columns with charging electronics and battery storage in an “all-in-one” system. It complements the ChargeBox, which connects the battery booster module to two charging columns. The revenue streams mentioned above come through the additional integrated large screen to display advertising on the ChargePost.

“For us, Caverion represents a partner in Norway and the Nordic countries that offers quick, hands-on quality services to customers and CPOs,” adds ADS-TEC Energy’s CEO Thomas Speidel. “This experienced and trusted company is the perfect partner for bringing the full range of high-quality maintenance and services to the world’s leading e-mobility market.”

Caverion has 14,500 employees at 216 locations in ten countries. It has also served as an Ionity service partner since 2020.

Last year, ADS-TEC reported an order backlog worth 100 million euros. 

The partners did not disclose the expected order volume of today’s deal in their communications.


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