While already having access to approximately 344,000 public and semi-public charge points throughout Europe via the DKV Card +Charge and the DKV Mobility App, DKV Mobility customers in France and Austria can now also obtain the charging hardware from DKV Mobility to set up efficient and sustainable charging solutions at the company car driver's home and workplace (@home/@work).
"We are delighted that we can now offer our customers in France and Austria charging solutions for their homes and workplaces," says Sven Mehringer, Managing Director Energy & Vehicle Services at DKV Mobility. "Having already offered access to a public and semi-public charging network with over 344,000 charging points across Europe, we are now expanding it to include our @home/@work offering, enabling us to better meet the everyday and supply needs of our customers in France and Austria."
For the expansion of its @home/@work offering to France and Austria, DKV Mobility is working together with KEBA Group AG, based in Linz, Austria, for the hardware. The IT platform of the DKV Mobility subsidiary GreenFlux lays the foundation for the international expansion. Since April 2022, this platform has been used to manage approximately 344,000 public and semi-public charge points throughout Europe.