Alternative Energy

Solar and EVBox offer EV charging solutions in Norway

9th June 2020
Alex Lynn

Solar is known for offering technology and solutions to manufacturers for climate control and energy technology and covers an extensive network of installers in Norway. With a focus on actively preparing for a sustainable future and becoming part of the solution, Solar shares the same values as EVBox and offers intelligent EV charging solutions that can help pave the way for a zero-emission future.  

To meet the growing demand for EV charging solutions in the Norwegian market, EVBox and Solar have announced that they will introduce a complete range of products which installers can order online. The first products are EVBox Elvi (home charging/AC) and EVBox BusinessLine charging stations (workplace charging, fleet management/AC).

Geir Bjørnstad, Regional Director Nordics of EVBox, said: "I am very happy to have Solar on board as our new distribution partner in Norway. Their impressive network and notable connections with installers allow EVBox to provide proven technology and charging stations in one of the most forward-thinking and EV-centric countries in the world."

Over the last few decades, Solar has established a strong position in the market for climate and energy solutions, and EVBox’s technical expertise fits alongside Solar's efforts in Norway. With EVBox's portfolio of smart charging stations, Solar is now able to offer fully integrated and intelligent energy solutions within the Norwegian residential and commercial market. 

Jan Willy Fjellvær, Managing Director of Solar Norway, added: “We look forward to our collaboration with EVBox and see this partnership as the cornerstone to our climate and energy solutions offering. EVBox’s strong product portfolio and excellent technical knowledge have impressed us, and we see great potential in this partnership moving forward. Together, we will pursue green business opportunities."

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