Kempower and TurboVolt to bring HPC chargers to Croatia and Slovenia

Finnish charging hardware manufacturer Kempower announces a cooperation with Austrian-based charging infrastructure company TurboVolt to install HPC chargers in Croatia and Slovenia. In the project's first phase, TurboVolt will equip three shopping centres with Kempower charging technology.

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Specifically, these will be locations in Ljubljana in Slovenia, as well as in Zagreb and Zadar in Croatia. The chargers will be installed in shopping centres operated by Supernova and will not be reserved for customers. They will also serve as a charging option for EV drivers in the area. Each TurboVolt hub will have 12 Kempower charging satellites that can deliver up to 400 kW.

The announced installations are just the start of a more extensive rollout in Austria, Croatia, Slovenia and Slovakia. It will also initially involve installations in Supernova’s shopping centres. According to TurboVolt, it has signed contracts for 300 charging stations throughout the region and aims to reach over 1,000 within the next five years. However, this is likely to include locations beyond the Supernova shopping centres.

“We’re proud to contribute to TurboVolt’s mission of providing public fast-charging infrastructure in Central and South Eastern Europe. Retailers like Supernova play a key role in promoting e-mobility and making it convenient and accessible for drivers,” says Igor Ban, Head of Business Development CEE & SEE at Kempower.

Kempower’s charging experience in the field means we know we’ll be able to provide reliable infrastructure to Supernova’s customers, who will have access to contactless payments and our user-friendly app showing live charge point availability, prices and speed and customer service support,” adds Anthony Hinde, CEO of TurboVolt.


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