EVBox helps to form new eMobility alliance ChargeUp Europe

Creating one voice for the electric vehicle charging infrastructure sector

Leading industry players in the electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure sector have come together to form a new alliance that will support the roll out of consumer-centric EV policies in Europe. EVBox, Allego, and ChargePoint—who together have more than 150,000 charging ports in their networks across the EU—announced the launch of ChargeUp Europe during the REVOLUTION Digital online event, and called on other like-minded companies in the EV industry to join the cause.

Brussels, March 31, 2020—ChargeUp Europe has been established by the three founding members EVBox, Allego and ChargePoint, and is already in the process of welcoming new members. The purpose of ChargeUp Europe is to enable a swift and efficient roll out of EV charging infrastructure in Europe. The alliance will work on realizing EU policies that support investment in charging infrastructure, help to remove market barriers, facilitate the smooth uptake of EVs, and create a seamless experience for EV drivers.


ChargeUp Europe forms at a time when demand for EVs is rising sharply, and the EU has set its sights on achieving, through the Green Deal, carbon neutrality by 2050—it is predicted that 44 million electric vehicles will be on European roads by 2030.  To ensure that infrastructure development keeps pace with the growing uptake of EVs and can help with the shift to electric transportation, ChargeUp Europe will work toward establishing the right market conditions for incentivizing investment—while delivering a consumer-centric, open market model for charging infrastructure in Europe.


ChargeUp Europe has scheduled its launch event for the summer in Brussels. Given the current circumstances concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19), this is subject to change. To keep track of all developments, visit the website: www.chargeupeurope.eu 

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Quotes from the Founding members

EVBox (EVBox and Everon)

This is the first time that the entire EV charging infrastructure sector can speak with one clear voice. We need to speak out and defend the interests of EV drivers everywhere instead of letting others do the talking for us. ChargeUp Europe will work to present an assessment on what is needed to create an open market with a consumer-centric model for EV charging in Europe. The key will be to develop, deploy, and operate high quality charging infrastructure that serves the practical needs of EV drivers.  Kristof Vereenooghe (CEO of EVBox and Everon)


We launch in uncertain times, and of course, people’s minds are focused on COVID-19. But as we all look to play our part in managing this crisis, we feel it’s important that we also keep focused on tackling other great challenges such as climate change. ChargeUp Europe represents a unique opportunity for the sector to come together and speed up the development and roll out of charging infrastructure across Europe. We call on all other like-minded partners to join this initiative. Mathieu Bonnet (CEO of Allego)


Against the backdrop of a highly relevant policy agenda, we believe it is the right time for a dedicated voice to represent the charging infrastructure sector in Europe. We are committed to working with EU decision-makers and stakeholders to identify the policies and investments needed to facilitate the greater number of electric vehicles expected to come onto the EU market. The move to electric is critical in reaching zero-net emissions and this alliance is dedicated to supporting EV infrastructure that positively impacts EV adoption. Christopher Burghardt (Managing Director for Europe of ChargePoint)

For more information please reach out to secretariat@chargeupeurope.eu

About ChargeUp Europe

Based in Brussels, ChargeUp Europe is an alliance that represents the Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure sector. We look to facilitate the quick and effortless roll out of EV charging infrastructure in Europe—while promoting and supporting policies that help to nurture the growth of charging infrastructure. We act as a center of expertise that educates policymakers, stakeholders, and the general public about the importance of EVs and related charging infrastructure for achieving zero-emission transportation. www.chargeupeurope.eu 

About EVBox

Founded in 2010, EVBox accelerates the adoption of electric mobility by bringing convenient, integrated EV charging solutions to businesses and drivers around the world. From its extensive portfolio of commercial and ultra-fast charging stations built by EVBox to its scalable charging management software engineered by Everon, EVBox  ensures that electric mobility is accessible to everyone.

Backed by ENGIE, EVBox is a leader in research and development, with multiple labs and factories across Europe and North America developing groundbreaking EV charging technology. With offices across the globe including Paris, Chicago, and Amsterdam, and strong foundations in dozens of markets, EVBox is shaping a cleaner future of transportation.

About EVBox

To build a sustainable future, EVBox empowers businesses and drivers to embrace electric mobility. EVBox’s charging solutions lay the foundations for a world where electric mobility is the new normal by giving EV drivers the ability to charge with confidence, allowing businesses to easily enter the market and scale their offering as demand grows, and evolving with the rapid pace of innovation. Founded in 2010, EVBox is now a market leader in electric vehicle charging infrastructure (EVSE) who has delivered over 550,000 charging ports to partners and customers globally. The solutions EVBox is offering include charging stations for residential, commercial, and fast-charging network usage, as well as charging management software. More information can be found on evbox.com.

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