The electric vehicle (EV) industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in automotive. Electric vehicles are becoming more affordable and practical for consumers. They are also one of the solutions for reducing carbon emissions and combating climate change. High-power charging stations are a crucial element of the infrastructure for electric vehicles. As more people switch to EVs, there is a growing demand for reliable and fast charging solutions.
Enersense Charging Oy is a Finnish hi-tech company that is part of Helsinki stock exchange listed Enersense International Group. Enersense’s new high-power charging station enables an individual charger to increase the charging power from the previous 30 kilowatts to 160 kilowatts. The high-power charging stations are manufactured at Scanfil’s factory in Sievi, Finland, and delivered directly to the end customer for on-site installation.
“The cooperation with Scanfil has started very well. Scanfil has long and strong experience in the assembly of electronic equipment and I believe that the cooperation also offers us great growth opportunities. We are now able to rapidly increase our production volumes according to our customers’ needs,” says Topias Koskela, Head of Electric Vehicle Charging Solutions at Enersense.
“The cooperation with Enersense has been outstanding. In collaboration with the customer, we were able to bring a ready product to the market in under a month. Typically, in similar projects, it can take up to 4 months. Both companies have a startup mindset characterized by speed and solution-oriented thinking. As a large global player, we can support Enersense on its growth path now and in the future,” says Jussi Mökkönen, Scanfil’s Sievi factory Sales Manager.
Enersense International Plc is an energy company listed on the Helsinki Stock Exchange, providing green energy services for the implementation of a zero-emission and energy self-sufficient society on a broad scale. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Pori. Enersense’s business areas are divided into four segments: Power, Connectivity, Smart Industry, and International Operations. Enersense is strongly involved in creating a zero-emission society by being a pioneer in these changing times. Enersense has 2,000 employees in Finland and internationally who are working towards a more sustainable and cleaner future. Read more: https://enersense.com/