verbund

VERBUND AG

VERBUND is Austria's leading electricity company and one of the biggest producers of hydroelectricity in Europe. The company generates around 96 percent of its electricity from renewable sources, mainly hydropower. VERBUND has about 3,000 employees and trades in electricity in 12 countries. In 2016, it achieved annual turnover of some EUR 2.8 billion. Together with its subsidiaries and partners, VERBUND is active in the fields of power generation, transport, and international trading and distribution of energy. VERBUND has been listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange since 1988. The Austrian Republic holds 51% of its share capital. VERBUND is active in developing new energy related services and products, such as e-mobility, green hydrogen, local storage solutions or innovative B2C products (smart home).

www.verbund.com

 

allego

Allego GmbH

Allego GmbH, is a subsidiary of the biggest Dutch energy infrastructure company, Alliander N.V., and a leading CPO (Charge Point Operator) which has significant expertise in e-mobility, including the creation of a network of multi standard fast chargers throughout The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Allego was also awarded by several municipalities in the Netherlands and Germany, such as the Federal State of Berlin to deploy EV charging outlets (mainly AC chargers) for urban transportation. The main focus of the company is the operation of a reliable network of both AC- and DC charging equipment for Electric Vehicles and to allow EV charging to any driver of an electric vehicle by entering into contracts with all Mobility Service Providers in Europe. Allego coordinates the ”sister-project” of SYNERG-E: ultra-E.

www.allego.eu

 

smatrics

SMATRICS GmbH & Co KG

SMATRICS, a joint venture between VERBUND, OMV and Siemens, is a leading provider of electric mobility services and is the first and only provider to operate a nationwide charging network in Austria. All the electricity for the high-speed charging network – with 400 charging points within a radius of around 60 km – comes from Austrian hydropower. SMATRICS offers all users barrier-free access to the network via smartphone and credit card, flexible payment models, and user-oriented services such as a mobile app and a 24/7 customer hotline. The range of services also includes tailor-made charging solutions for companies, their employees, customers, and guests. From advice on installation and operation of the infrastructure right through to individual billing models, SMATRICS offers all its services from a single source.

www.smatrics.com