Scania creates a company specializing in charging electric vehicles

Scania creates a company specializing in charging electric vehicles
Scania creates a company specializing in charging electric vehicles

MADRID. This strategic measure will mean 40,000 new charging points at customer facilities and will strengthen Scania Group’s electric mobility offering in the future transport ecosystem.

Erinion, the new company founded by Scania, seeks to provide solutions for charging at customer facilities, whether warehouses or final destination points, and thus accelerate the transition to the use of electric trucks; a purpose that aligns with Scania’s goal of building a more sustainable transport system.

Erinion will enable customers to move towards zero-emission fleets and premium uptime. This will become a key enabler in meeting Scania’s aim to make 50% of its European sales electric by 2030.

The new company will initially establish its market in Sweden, Norway, the UK, the Netherlands, France and Germany. A global roll-out will follow in due course. Brand neutrality ensures that businesses of all kinds, regardless of vehicle brand, can benefit from Erinion’s charging infrastructure and operational services.

By 2030, there are expected to be 230,000 electric trucks on European roads. To support this cause, Erinion will install a minimum of 40,000 charging points at customer sites by 2030.

“With our solutions, customers can stay calm and focus on their work while specialised electric charging units take care of the hardware, software, operational services and financing services required to handle high-volume loads with greater quality and profitability,” says Jonas Hernlund, Director Energy and Infrastructure at Scania Group.

“In the transition process, the transport system will be redefined. The new company with depot charging solutions is a good example of how the initiative will play a crucial role for customers in the future transport ecosystem, when we move to electric transport,” explains Gustaf Sundell, Executive Vice President and Head of Enterprise and New Business, Scania Group.

 
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