This collaboration signifies Ekoenergetyka’s continued expansion into the Nordic markets, solidifying its presence as a key player in the region.

The chargers, including the Axon Easy 120kW and 180kW models, will be installed at four bus depots in Stockholm, Sweden, by the end of this year, with operations commencing in January 2025.

Nobina, boasting the largest zero-emission bus fleet in Scandinavia and employing 13,000 people across four countries, has emerged as a front-runner in sustainable urban mobility. The company, committed to enhancing urban mobility while minimising environmental impact, views Ekoenergetyka’s Axon Easy DC charging stations as an ideal solution for efficient and reliable fast charging in a bustling city environment.

Ekoenergetyka’s commitment to customer satisfaction is evident through its round-the-clock remote monitoring and repair services from its headquarters in Zielona Góra, western Poland. The company’s advanced systems enable it to address almost 60% of reported issues remotely.