E.ON and Nissan sign strategic partnership for electric cars

Georgiana Bendre 07/03/2018 | 16:22

E.ON and Nissan have agreed upon a strategic partnership at the Auto Exhibition at Geneva, aiming to capitalize the international experience of both companies in electric mobility, as well as in the distribution and storage of electric energy.

The two companies will cooperate in electric recharge technology field, in vehicle-to-grid services, as well as in projects regarding the reusable sources.

The partnership is based on the Nissan commitment to develop a complete electric ecosystem both for consumers, and for companies, as well as on the E.ON vision regarding the electric car transformation in eMobility ecosystem.

The partnership will create the pillar for infrastructure development for electric cars Nissan, as well as for the implementation of modern re-chargeable technology implementation. E.ON already has a wide experience in solar solutions field and storage for houses owners.

E.ON is already committed together with Nissan, MOL group , Hrvatska elektroprivreda in Croatia, PETROL and BMW in the development of an European network for charging the electric cars within the project NEXT-E, co-financed by the European Commission.

In Romania will be installed 40 fast charging stations for the electric cars. Out of which, 19 stations will be installed by E.ON Energie Romania, will support this investment via a non-reimbursable finance through European funds, valued at over EUR 1 million.

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