Press release|15.5.2023

Enersense’s charging solutions included in a 4-year and approximately EUR 5-million framework agreement for public sector bodies

Enersense International Plc
Press release 15 May 2023 at 2.30 p.m.

Enersense, a provider of zero-emission energy solutions, has been chosen together with Parking Energy as one of the three suppliers in Sarastia’s tendering for a framework agreement where the participating public sector bodies can procure charging solutions and related contracting and installation services directly from the suppliers that have been chosen in the tendering process. The total value of the framework agreement during the following four (4) years is approximately EUR 5 million.

”Being included in Sarastia’s framework agreement makes Enersense’s and its partner company Parking Energy’s DC and AC charging solutions, which are manufactured in Finland, as well as related installation and maintenance services available for Sarastia’s customer entities all over Finland, if they choose to participate in the framework agreement. Enersense offers EV charging solutions to charging point operators, companies and larger housing companies as turnkey solutions, when needed. This includes site assessments, planning, manufacturing, contracting, installation and commissioning of the charging infrastructure. We have just recently launched a new high-power charging station which enables an individual charger to increase the charging power from the previous 30 kilowatts to 160 kilowatts. With Enersense’s new smart and modular charging solution it is possible to charge two cars with a charging power of up to 400 kilowatts from one charger simultaneously”, says Topias Koskela, Head of Electric Vehicle Charging Solutions at Enersense.

Parking Energy is a Finnish high-growth company founded in 2014 that develops charging technology and produces electric vehicle charging services. Enersense owns 10% of Parking Energy.

Sarastia is the largest partner for financial and HR supporting services and modern municipal services for the public sector in Finland. Sarastia’s joint procurement agreements are available for Sarastia’s direct and in-direct shareholders who are e.g. municipalities, joint municipal authorities, entities owned by municipalities and other public sector organisations.

More information:   

Topias Koskela, Head of Electric Vehicle Charging Solutions
Tel. +358 50 401 7294

Media contacts:
Tommi Manninen, SVP, Communications and Public Affairs   
Tel. +358 40 043 7515   

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