GreenFlux, an e-mobility platform provider, expands its roaming network in the Spanish market by signing a new roaming contract with Zunder, a leading provider of ultra-fast charging networks in Southern Europe. Palencia-based Zunder focuses primarily on rapid charging infrastructure with a capacity of up to 360 kW.
With this agreement, GreenFlux adds 470 charge points in Spain to its expansive roaming network which now includes over 509,000 charge points across Europe.
Thanks to this agreement, EV drivers served by each of GreenFlux’s platform customers can now seamlessly access over 470 charge points in Spain, via their existing e-mobility apps and charge card services.
Zunder is pleased about the new partnership with GreenFlux.
‘As leaders in the e-mobility industry, Zunder is excited to join forces with GreenFlux to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in Spain. This partnership exemplifies our commitment to innovation and sustainability, and we’re eager to empower more drivers with convenient and efficient charging solutions,’ said Daniel Pérez, CEO and co-founder at Zunder.
With this new contract, we are fast expanding our roaming network in the Spanish market, which as of now has over 9,000 charge points.
‘Zunder is known for its innovation and ultra-fast charging network in southern Europe. You can charge 80 percent of your battery in 17 minutes with its charge points. This would be absolutely valuable to our customers’ drivers,’ said Suthalan Gnanes, Managing Director and Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at GreenFlux.
In addition to roaming, GreenFlux’s platform customers leverage its white-label apps and APIs to monetise their unique business models and deliver outstanding charging experiences.
Zunder was founded in 2017 by Daniel Pérez and Lorenzo Antolín in Palencia, Spain. It is the highest-rated independent ultra-fast charging infrastructure operator by users in its sector. As of 2023, the company operates over 235 operational charging points. As part of its international expansion plans, Zunder is set to open its first ultra-fast charging station in France, followed by Portugal and Italy. By 2025, they aim to operate more than 4,000 charging points and manage 40,000 through their platform, driven by a significant investment of over €300 million.
GreenFlux, a DKV Mobility Group company, empowers charge point operators and mobility service providers to scale their e-mobility operations. The GreenFlux e-mobility platform enables comprehensive capabilities to help customers extend their network reach, offer outstanding experiences to drivers, and minimise operational costs. Accelerating the transition towards sustainable mobility since 2011, GreenFlux has enabled a roaming network of 509.000+ charging points accessible to millions of drivers throughout Europe and powered over 4,4 billion electric kilometres through its platform.