EVBox awarded top position in Navigant Research Leaderboard

Navigant Research Leaderboard ranks the strategy and execution of 15 leading providers of public charging networks and EV charging services operating in North America and Europe.

Amsterdam, December 11th, 2018 – Today, EVBox, one of the leading global manufacturers of electric vehicle charging stations and charging software, proudly announced that it has been awarded the #1 position in the Navigant Research Leaderboard: EV Charging Network Companies report. Based on 12 different criteria surrounding strategy and execution, EVBox received the highest scores.

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EVBox scored 78.0 on the Leaderboard, claiming a spot in the ‘Leaders’ category (required min. 75.0 score) together with only ChargePoint. Navigant highlighted several reasons why EVBox achieved the top position:

  • Early adoption of the Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP), e.g. partnering with providers such as EV Connect, ChargePoint, NewMotion and many others.
  • Strategic partnerships with PV (photo voltaic) companies including IBC Solar, preparing for integrating charging equipment with solar technology.
  • Parent company ENGIE being active in home-energy, mobility, and smart cities services, providing great potential for EVBox’s continued growth.

Of course, we are very proud of our top position on Navigant’s Leaderboard. Navigant describes the ‘Leaders’ as companies that are clearly differentiated from competition with exceptional charging solutions, strong partnerships, and a sustainable business model. Every day, our entire EVBox team is working hard to give our customers the best possible charging experience, so it’s great to also see this recognized by an independent resource such as Navigant! Kristof Vereenooghe, CEO of EVBox

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About the Leaderboard report

The Leaderboard offers an evaluation of 15 leading market players operating in both public charging networks and with private / commercial property owners. To be included in this report, companies must be operating a public charge network under its own name and have a minimum of 1,000 charge ports.

 

The 15 profiled here were chosen based on the market insights of Navigant Research transportation team analysts derived from data analysis and communications with industry players. All featured manufacturers are compared based on 12 different criteria which include (but not limited to): Vision, Go-to-Market & Geographic Strategy, Partners, Technology, Sales, Marketing, Product Portfolio & Grid Integration.  

 

Download the whole report here (license needed).

About EVBox Group

Founded in 2010, EVBox Group empowers forward-thinking businesses to build a sustainable future by providing flexible and scalable electric vehicle charging solutions. With its extensive portfolio of commercial and ultra-fast EVBox charging stations, as well as scalable charging management software engineered by Everon, EVBox Group ensures that electric mobility is accessible to everyone.

EVBox Group is a leader in R&D, with facilities across Europe and North America developing groundbreaking electric vehicle charging technology. With offices across the globe, including Amsterdam, Bordeaux, Munich, and Chicago, and strong foundations in dozens of markets, EVBox Group is working to shape a sustainable future of transportation.

In 2021, EVBox Group will become a public company listed on the New York Stock Exchange via a business combination with TPG Pace Beneficial Finance (NYSE: TPGY) and initial investors BlackRock, Inclusive Capital, Neuberger Berman Funds, and Wellington Management.

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