Our articles present the companies of the eFlow Hub cluster continues. Today we have Enerqo Finland Oy in spotlight! Enerqo Finland Oy is a Finnish system integrator specializing in high power DC charging solutions for electric buses and heavy transport machinery. They enable customers to move towards a greener future in a cost-effective way. Currently […]
Our articles present the companies of the eFlow Hub cluster continues. Today we have Enerqo Finland Oy in spotlight!
Enerqo Finland Oy is a Finnish system integrator specializing in high power DC charging solutions for electric buses and heavy transport machinery. They enable customers to move towards a greener future in a cost-effective way.
Currently over 75% of electric buses in Finland are charged with Enerqo’s chargers – they have 30 MW installed charging power with 500 charge points. Their own product line DC chargers are 120–2160 kW.
Their main office is located at Aviapolis Vantaa. The brand-new office was opened in Turku at the end of November.
Enerqo Finland Oy was established in 2020 and employs six professionals. Turnover is 3 million.
Sales Manager Mikko Summala, how do you see the future of battery technology / electric mobility?
All road transport can be electrified with current, existing technology. Local bus traffic is a great example – all new tenders are won with electric buses. Mostly due to total cost of ownership and rising fuel prices. Environmental and operational benefits are also self-evident.
Next will be local delivery with electric vans and light trucks, already using the same technology and charging products. Heavy transport and electric lorries need more investment in dedicated charging infrastructure.
Which are the strengths of Finland and Southwest Finland in this sector?
Excellent technical education and skills, “right-size” towns and communities where local and regional projects can be quickly agreed on and delivered.
How could eFlowHub cluster accelerate the competitiveness of Finland / Southwest Finland in the industry?
Strong local co-operation, environmental awareness, and willingness to work together bring several parties together – from town traffic and city planning to bus and logistics operators to energy companies, installers, and service companies like Enerqo. All are important to accelerate the move to electric transport.
What kind of co-operation opportunities and partners are you interested in?
We are looking for practical pilots and development projects to test and try out electric transport and logistics solutions in the Greater Turku region. We are already established in Turku with our own service centre at Hevoskatu 7 with our sister company YES-EU Oy and working with several bus operators using our solutions on five depots, soon to grow to over 3 MW of charging for 42 electric “Föli” buses.
Something else you would like to inform or tell in this short company presentation?
We invite all transport and logistics companies to be part of this co-operation. “The Future is all-electric, and it is starts from today!”
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