eMotorWerks and con|energy announce partnership for German EV charging market

Written By: Stratton Report
February 6, 2017

On February 6, eMotorWerks announced a partnership with German energy services company, con|energy, to launch new EV charging solutions into the German speaking market.

According to eMotorWerks, the companies will collaborate on technology solutions that provide EV charging stations with the ability to optimize EV charging based on energy source preferences, such as solar.

eMotorWerks founder & CEO Valery Miftakhov noted: “We’re excited to announce our first solution partner in Germany. Germany doubled down on renewable energy early and is now reaping the economic benefits. Our partnership with con|energy and their strong relationships with leading municipal utilities in the German-speaking regions of Europe will empower us to bring innovative products to market.”

Per the EV charging firm, the partnership will build on con|energy’s recent green|connector solution for utilities, allowing them to provide information, guidance, and hardware and software solutions for the new energy and mobility markets. eMotorWerks stressed that con|energy will serve as a channel partner to eMotorWerks, with the joint partnership providing an important part in the green|connector initiative to help utilities better assist their customers.

Roman Dudenhausen, CEO of con|energy observed:

EV usage across Europe is on the edge of becoming a fast growing market, with annual growth rates already more than 100% in Germany and an expected acceleration from 2018 on. Combining eMotorWerks’ expertise and products with our knowledge and access to the German speaking energy markets provides for a perfect and timely solution. 

eMotorWerks emphasized that their internet-enabled electric vehicle supply equipment products that are connected and aggregated via JuiceNet, eMotorWerks’ cloud-based communication and control platform that dynamically matches users’ historical charging patterns, real-time input, and signals from grid operators and utilities to increase grid flexibility to meet EV charging demand and to maximize the use of renewable power.