Rotterdam,
16
March
2021
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09:28
Europe/Amsterdam

ANWB and Eneco join forces in offering charging points

Dutch travel organisation ANWB and Eneco eMobility will be working together by offering charging stations and providing charging cards to owners of electric cars. Together with Eneco, ANWB has developed a range of products that make it more attractive for anyone driving an electric car to charge their car at their home. Customers using the charging stations and charging cards, charge their cars with 100% green solar and wind energy generated in Europe.

In an online overview, customers will be able to see their charging transactions and environmental contribution in terms of CO2 emissions saved.

Drivers of electric cars can submit a request for a charging station at the website anwb.nl. The charging station will then be ordered and installed by Eneco. Based on Eneco’s expertise in this area, customers will be guided through the request process step by step and also receive advice on the best charging solution.

Joris Laponder, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at Eneco eMobility, is pleased with the partnership: “ANWB is an authority in the field of mobility and has such a wide reach that it can make a real difference in the area of sustainable mobility for consumers. Eneco eMobility has more than ten years of experience in offering, installing and maintaining home charging stations. Both organisations put customers first, but together we form a unique combination in which energy and mobility come together. By joining forces, we hope to accelerate the transition towards sustainable mobility.”

ANWB and Eneco strive for a long-term partnership in which they will continue to develop their collective product range aimed at facilitating sustainable mobility. There will be a sharp increase over the coming years in the number of privately owned electric cars. ANWB wishes to support its members in this transition, seeing as the purchase of a charging station is expensive and complicated. In the next few years, the product range will be even better aligned with the needs of the drivers of privately owned electric cars. This may include innovative new products, payment options, subscriptions and product combinations.

ANWB
The breakthrough of electric cars for consumers is crucial for the transition to sustainable mobility. ANWB aims to contribute to this development and support consumers in the transition to driving electric. The starting point for ANWB is that electric driving should be an affordable alternative for everyone. 

Eneco eMobility
Eneco eMobility provides electrical charging solutions for at home and at the workplace and was founded in 2007 as a department of Eneco. In March 2018, the department became an independent organisation under the umbrella of Eneco Group. Together with its partners, Eneco eMobility helps customers to transition seamlessly to driving electric. Charging via Eneco eMobility always means 100% sustainable solar and wind energy generated in Europe. At present, Eneco eMobility is among the three largest charging service providers in the Benelux and a top-10 player in Germany.