GreenFlux and Vattenfall establish roaming connection in Sweden
GreenFlux, an e-mobility platform provider, has signed a new roaming contract with international charge point operator Vattenfall InCharge. With this agreement, GreenFlux has added 4,859 public charge points in Sweden to its existing roaming network of over 410,000 charge points across Europe and the United Kingdom.
Vattenfall is a leading European energy company that has been electrifying industries, supplying energy to people’s homes, and modernising ways of life for over 100 years through innovation and collaboration. An initiative by Vattenfall, InCharge, is part of their commitment to sustainable transportation to realise the vision of a zero-emission society and a fossil fuel-free society within a generation’s time.
Thanks to this agreement, EV drivers served by each of GreenFlux’s platform customers can now seamlessly access over 4,859 charge points in Sweden using their usual apps and charge cards.
‘InCharge Sweden is very happy to now open our network of charging points in Sweden to GreenFlux customers. This contract will give GreenFlux customers access to the full Vattenfall public charging network, in Sweden, the Netherlands, and Germany. We are looking forward to a fruitful relationship for many years to come,’ said Annika Hägglund, PSO Roaming InCharge Vattenfall.
GreenFlux’s platform customers leverage its roaming services, white-label app, and APIs to quickly expand driver access, monetise their unique business models, and deliver outstanding charging experiences.
‘Our roaming network is expanding massively. Drivers of our EMSP customers can enjoy the on-the-go charging experience without any range anxiety. We are immensely proud to offer this extensive network and the value it provides to our platform customers to help make EV charging peaceful and hassle-free for drivers,’ said Suthalan Gnanes, Managing Director and Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at GreenFlux.