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Elocity charges ahead

Elocity has expanded its fleet offer with the lease of electric car charging stations. Fleet owners who do not have the capex budget to build their own network will benefit from this.

“We are convinced that the lease of EV charging stations will be one of the important trends on the market,” according to Agnieszka Nocuń, CFO of Elocity. “Leasing stations is strongly related to leasing, and successful implementations carried out in cooperation with Polish leaders in the CFM industry show that our offer is an ideal complement to the needs of EV fleet managers,” he added.

By offering the sale or lease of EV stations with a service system, Elocity meets the diverse needs of fleet managers, but does not close itself to other solutions. The company has successfully implemented implementations carried out in cooperation with partner companies from the CFM industry.

“We carry out projects with companies such as LeasePlan and ALD Automotive. A good example is a pioneering implementation for one of our clients, as part of which we installed 40 charging stations in employees’ homes within three months. We based the project on the charging infrastructure lease model,” said Agnieszka Nocuń. “We are convinced that this will be one of the main trends in the market. The lease of the station is strongly associated with leasing and long-term car rental,” the expert noted.