ChargePanel AB (publ) welcomes Sun4Energy Group AB (publ)
Stockholm, Sweden. February 25th, 2022 - ChargePanel AB (publ) welcomes Sun4Energy Group AB (publ)
ChargePanel AB (publ) (“ChargePanel”) and Sun4Energy Group AB (publ) (“the Company”) enter a cooperation for the charging of electric vehicles for the Swedish market.
The company has today signed an agreement with ChargePanel for the subscription service Enterprise. The company intends to use ChargePanel’s SaaS platform for expansion and management of the charging network for electric vehicles in Sweden. The company plans to connect both AC and DC charging stations and estimates that approximately 750 charging sockets are connected to the ChargePanel’s Enterprise service by the end of 2022.
ChargePanel Enterprise is a subscription service of the company’s SaaS platform for large corporate customers that will enable the Company to control and manage the entire network of infrastructure for electric vehicles and provide charging services to electric vehicle drivers. The agreement is a first step in the collaboration between ChargePanel and the Company, where the ambition is to eventually develop new solutions and functions for the market that would strengthen both companies.
About Sun4Energy Group AB
Sun4Energy sells and installs solar cell systems and electric car chargers for private individuals, housing and tenancy associations, companies, and municipalities. The company handles all aspects such as design, sales, installation, assembly, and commissioning, mostly with internal resources. The goal is to contribute solutions to the customer that accelerate the transition to efficient and fossil-free energy solutions. Sun4Energy is represented in several locations and can offer its services in large parts of Sweden with offices in Stockholm, Örebro, Strömstad, Motala and Arvika. The company has its own certified project managers, electricians, and installers.
“In our conversations with Sun4Energy, we were immediately struck by the company’s wonderful energy and high ambitions for the energy supply of the future, which affect both companies and private individuals for a common sustainable everyday life both now and in the future. We are very pleased to welcome Sun4Energy as a customer and look forward to a long-term collaboration to increase sustainable e-mobility together.”- Jan Berggren, CEO ChargePanel
“ChargePanel’s platform is the best solution for us and offers scalability and functionality to support our vision of being part of the electrification in Sweden. With the interest and customer friendliness we have met in our conversations with ChargePanel, I’m looking forward with great interest and anticipation to the future.” – Mattias Leijon, CEO Sun4Energy
ChargePanel AB (Stockholm, Sweden)
ChargePanel AB (publ.) is a GreenTech company that offers B2B solutions within e-Mobility. The company is listed on Nasdaq First North Growth Market and the company’s Certified Adviser is Eminova Fondkommision.
The company has its entire focus on good customer relations and the development of innovative systems, applications, and technologies. ChargePanel provides customers with a white-label SaaS platform for the operation and management of a charging network, regardless of geographic market. The platform gives the electric vehicle driver access to a user-friendly app for charging and is independent of both electricity companies and manufacturers of charging infrastructure. The company’s strategy is both sustainability and customer centric. Smarter electric vehicle charging through ChargePanel’s platform facilitates the transition from fossil-fuelled vehicles to electric vehicles for both private individuals and companies. This is in line with the climate goals of most countries and regions, and the incentives for electric vehicles will increase sharply in the future. ChargePanel AB (publ), headquartered in Stockholm, is now planning an expansion both nationally and internationally. The company already has several international collaborations, for example in the United Kingdom and Norway.