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ChargeUp Europe delighted to welcome Power Dot as newest member

Date

10 Mar 2021

Sections

Energy

ChargeUp Europe, the voice of the EV charging infrastructure industry in Europe, is thrilled to announce that Power Dot has joined the association as its newest member. With the addition of Power Dot, ChargeUp Europe has further expanded its geographical representation in Southern Europe.

Founded in 2018, Power Dot is a Portuguese EV charging operator with over 800 charging points under its management. Operating in Portugal, France and Spain, Power Dot offers an EV charging solution at no cost for retailers: Power Dot invests, installs and operates EV chargers in supermarkets, shopping malls, retail parks, restaurants and other commercial spaces.

Power Dot will add further strength to ChargeUp Europe’s southern European representation and bring

invaluable expertise in the areas of charging in commercial spaces.

Since its launch last year, ChargeUp Europe has grown to 13 full industry members who are working together to accelerate the rollout of EV charging infrastructure and enable seamless charging for drivers across the EU.

Commenting on the announcement, Luís Santiago Pinto, Partner, Power Dot said:

“Joining ChargeUp Europe is an important step for us as we want to play an active part in shaping an EU wide EV charging infrastructure sector that enables the speedy and efficient rollout of charging infrastructure. Ultimately, we want to give EV drivers a seamless and enjoyable charging experience no matter where they drive in Europe. ChargeUp Europe can play a key role in delivering on this.”

 

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