Kempower joins AEDIVE, the Iberian Association for Electromobility, to support the transition to sustainable transport and the growth of EV charging infrastructure in Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. Through membership, Kempower will become an active player of the electric transportation sector in the region and strengthen its presence in the market.

According to the European Environment Agency, transportation is the largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in the EU. To support the transition to clean mobility, Spain launched the Strategic Project for the Recovery and Economic Transformation (PERTE) in 2021 to become the European hub for electromobility. The expected effects of the project include the registration of 250,000 electric cars and the deployment of 80,000-110,000 charging points in Spain by 2023.

“We are pleased to join forces with AEDIVE and its network to promote the growth of e-mobility in Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. Creating synergies between organizations accelerating the transition to clean transport is crucial. We at Kempower are happy to be part of the transition by offering high-quality fast-charging solutions with a top-class user experience“, says Tomi Ristimäki, CEO of Kempower.

Kempower’s product range includes dynamic and modular fast charging solutions and software with state-of-the-art user interface. The company has already gained a strong foothold in Europe, especially in the Nordics, which is a pioneer in e-mobility. Kempower recently announced that it will supply fast charging technology to an electric bus depot in Denmark, which will be the largest electric bus depot in the Nordic countries when completed, and to several bus depots in Luxembourg. The company has also expanded into South-West Europe: for instance, Kempower recently announced to supply fast charging systems to EV charging operator Power Dot in Spain, Portugal, and France.

AEDIVE is the biggest e-mobility association in Spain and Portugal and brings together the industrial, technological and services value chains of the e-mobility market. In addition to over 180 companies, AEDIVE’s network includes OEMs and auxiliary industry, charging point manufacturers, charging point operators, eMobility service providers, EV drivers, non-governmental organizations, trade associations, interest groups, public institutions, and research & development centers, among others.

Photo by Michael Fousert

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