Leading e-mobility charging tech provider Kempower has reportedly partnered with GVR (Gilbarco Veeder-Root). GVR will provide the EV chargers of Kempower as part of the company’s EVerse offering, which also comprises network management software, installation as well as maintenance services.

The DC fast charging solutions of Kempower are developed to scale with a rising number of electric vehicles on the road. The high-quality charging solutions of the company are compatible with all types of electric vehicles, including buses, passenger cars, commercial service fleets, marine vessels, and off-highway vehicles.

Tomi Ristimäki, the Chief Executive Officer of Kempower commented that the company is delighted to unveil this partnership with GVR. The company’s modular approach means that the entire product range can be integrated with standardized building blocks, which enables the production of different types of EV chargers as well as charging systems. In addition, Kempower has scalable technology which helps its consumers in making smaller initial investments, with the option to include additional power modules as their business grows, added Ristimäki.

He also said that the company’s domestic IoT chargers can be upgraded remotely as well as in real-time. This reassures its consumers that their chosen solutions are cloud-connected and future-proof at all times. The modularity of the products also assures that the consumers have a smaller footprint, enabling the consumers of GVR to use limited space in densely populated regions.

With a strong legacy of offering industry-leading integrated software, services, and hardware for the convenience and retail fueling market, GVR provides proven reliability, wider market reach, and expert industry insights on the evolution of the consumer workflows to address the surging difficulty shaping the landscape of the e-mobility infrastructure.

For those unversed, Kempower develops and manufactures DC fast-charging solutions for EVs and machines. The company's production and product development are based in Finland, with more than 90% of its components and materials sourced locally.

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