From ASFINAG’s point of view, e-mobility is the future of the mobility industry. By the end of the year, the company would like to have brought a total of 23 e-charging stations onto the market. This means that on average at least every 100 kilometres of fast charging stations will be available for e-vehicles. This means that long-distance journeys will no longer be a problem for electric cars. "E-mobility must be suitable for everyday use and we ensure this on our motorways and expressways with the new, super-fast charging stations," says ASFINAG managing board director Karin Zipperer. Board director Klaus Schierhackl also comments: "These charging stations are the next, forward-looking step; in the coming years we will, of course, tie up the supply network even tighter for our customers".

has.to.be‘ and ‚da emobil‘ take care of the software and hardware.

The fast loaders, which will be placed on Austria’s roads in the future, are equipped with the software solution from be.ENERGISED. They are installed, supported, monitored and maintained by da emobil. ASFINAG prescribes that all charging stations should meet certain requirements. They must be able to show all current payment options, at least four charging points that can be used simultaneously and a 24-hour hotline. "For us and our e-Mobility brand ‚da emobil‘ this means a powerful entry into the fast charging infrastructure. We will offer the same concept, i.e. fast charging with a loading capacity of over 150 KW, also at our existing stations on major traffic routes off the motorway network, such as the Fernpassstrasse or the Reschenstrasse.  This makes us one of the leading operators in Austria in the fast charging sector," says Alexander Gutmann of Gutmann GmbH.

About’da emobil

da emobil‘ was founded by the two family companies ‚fiegl + spielberger‘ and ‚GUTMANN‘. These come from the fields of electrical engineering and energy supply. ‘fiegl + spielberger‘ is a specialist for high and low voltage current and the market leader in electrical engineering in western Austria. They already employ over 400 people at nine different locations in Austria.

Gutmann built up the company’s foundation with oil trade and subsequently opened its first own filling stations. Today, the filling station network comprises around 100 stations in Austria. Today, the family business is the largest private energy supplier in western Austria and the only company that offers heat, energy and mobility from a single source.

da emobil‘ is an integrated electric mobility provider and offers hardware products for every application, as well as AC and DC solutions. The company also offers electricity supply.

About has.to.be gmbh

It was founded in 2013 with the aim of accelerating the success of electric cars. With be.ENERGISED it developed an e-mobility solution for the management and billing of charging stations. Meanwhile, the Radstadt company employs more than 35 people and offers providers of charging stations not only the software, but also an all-embracing consulting and service package. Today be.ENERGISED controls 9,500 charging points with more than 120 satisfied operators in over 27 countries. Around half a million charges per year make 50,000 users happy. The company has received several awards, such as Austria Born Global Champion, winner of EIT Digital Challenge winners in the Smart Energy System (both 2015), winner of the World Summit Award (WSA mobile 2016) or second place at the Salzburg Economic Award "Innovation" in 2017.

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