EV charging infrastructure for customers' company premises: DKV Mobility partners with Siemens eMobility to offer turnkey DC fast charging solutions
Siemens eMobility charging solutions

DKV Mobility, the leading European B2B platform for on-the-road payments and solutions, is now cooperating with Siemens eMobility, a leading provider of charging technology solutions based in Munich. Together, DKV Mobility and Siemens eMobility offer IoT-enabled hardware, software and services for setting up turnkey DC fast charging infrastructure at the customers' company premises, e.g. for indoor and outdoor parking facilities.

With a capacity of up to 400 kW, Siemens´ DC charging infrastructure is suitable for electric cars, trucks and vans. Moreover, DKV Mobility customers have access to the charging infrastructure portfolio of Heliox – a Siemens business that focuses on EV charge points for electric trucks with a capacity of up to 360 kW. The offer is available to customers in Germany.

"We are convinced that the demand for DC charging solutions for cars, but especially for trucks and vans, will increase significantly in the future. With Siemens eMobility, we welcome a highly professional partner at our side to support our customers in setting up an appropriate charging infrastructure at their company location," says Sven Mehringer, Managing Director Energy & Vehicle Services at DKV Mobility.

“The electrification of commercial vehicles is the logical next step in the decarbonization of the transport sector. By combining the strong portfolio of Siemens and Heliox with DKV Mobility’s offering, we are creating a partnership that enables a comprehensive, complete solution for the electrification of depots,” says Marcus Buecken, Head of Sales eCar and eTruck, Germany, at Siemens eMobility.

DKV Mobility offers its customers a comprehensive EV charging offering: In addition to EV charging solutions for the customer's company location (@work), DKV Mobility also offers EV charging solutions for the company car driver at home (@home). Through the technology platform of its subsidiary GreenFlux, DKV Mobility also provides access to one of the largest public and semi-public EV charging networks in Europe (@road) with approximately 736,000 EV charging points (as of 05/2024).

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