be.ENERGISED has set itself the goal of promoting electromobility. A key to success is the networking of intelligent charging stations and their billing. As a provider of software solutions, the company, which was founded in 2013 in Radstadt near Salzburg, sets high quality standards - also for its hardware partners.
Award confirms the quality of KEBA's charging stations
The award with the be.ENERGISED CERTIFIED AWARD is thus also a confirmation of the quality and reliability of the KEBA charging station KeContact P30.
The certification was preceded by various integration tests, which confirmed the perfect interoperability between the charging stations of KEBA and be.ENERGISED.
High-quality solution for electromobility
As a be.ENERGISED certified charging station manufacturer, KEBA is part of a fast-growing open network with more than 7,500 networked charge points. Thanks to the cooperation, the two Austrian companies provide a high-quality solution for billing and networking charging stations in public and semi-public areas.
Matthias Moldaschl, CSO of has.to.be, handing over the be.ENERGISED CERTIFIED AWARD to Gerhard Wimmer (KEBA)
Electric mobility premiere at the eltefa 2019
For the first time ever, the eltefa 2019 will be hosting a special exhibit "The E-Road". Something KEBA cannot miss out on! Visit us and learn all about our wall boxes that are MID-certified and compliant with the German calibration law, thus making it possible to charge and bill in public areas. In the outdoor driving course you can not only test your driving skills, but also our charging stations.
KEBA wallboxes in "down under"
Our distribution network for electromobility has grown so much that the wallbox KeContact P30 now even reaches the other end of the world! Thanks to our sales partner and e-mobility provider EVSE, our wallbox can now even be found at the airport in Adelaide! Adelaide Airport is the first in Australia to offer charging stations for electric cars.
Charging with solar power in Sweden
Thanks to our sales partner Sundrive, customers of ICA Maxi supermarkets in Sweden can now charge their electric vehicles with solar power. A 12 kW photovoltaic tracker with four KEBA wallboxes is provided for the innovation solution.