Photo Credit: GreenWay

GreenWay, one of the most innovative Slovakian companies operating in the field of electric mobility, is becoming recognised internationally. Recent investments in the company will help foster the development of electric mobility, thus contributing to a more sustainable society.

GreenWay is designed to make the use of EVs the realistic and preferred transportation option for all. They build and manage EV charging infrastructure throughout CEE and work with people, companies, organisations, and governments to develop and expand the electromobility ecosystem.

GreenWay recently secured an investment of €85m in immediate and future growth financing from international infrastructure funds Helios Energy Investments and Generation Capital. The capital will be used to deploy more chargers, expand the network and strengthen the technical and IT competencies of the company to further enhance the user experience. The investment marks the largest funding for electric vehicle charging in Central and Eastern Europe. It will enable GreenWay to continue leading the regional transition to greener transport.

Peter Badík, co-founder and Chairman of the Board, GreenWay Holding, said: “When I look back at how far we’ve come since we installed our first chargers in Slovakia and Poland, I’m so proud of all that the GW team has accomplished. We also could not have done it without the EV pioneers of this region, who have been with us every electric kilometre. We have a lot further to go together and many more people to bring along.”

Photo Credit: GreenWay

By making e-mobility available to all, the company will also play an integral role in creating sustainably-oriented events. Attendees that will opt for electric transportation advocated by GreenWay will contribute to saving the environment and significantly reduce their carbon footprint.

About GreenWay

The company offers a comprehensive product and service portfolio and an array of solutions for location hosts. Moreover, the company operates its own network of publicly accessible charging stations for EV drivers. With charging speeds from 11 – 175 kW, the GW network is able to meet the needs of a wide variety of EV users.

To ensure that the EV charging ecosystem develops in an open, competitive way that will allow it to best serve its customers, GW plays an active role in the Brussels based associations ChargeUp Europe and the Platform for Electromobility. It is well poised to continue leading the EV charging market in CEE.

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This article was implemented with the financial support of the Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic.


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