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CTEK & Swedish Energy Company Sign EV Deal

CTEK will provide Electric Vehicle (EV) charging solutions for energy group customers across Europe.

CTEK, a leading global brand in the car and maintenance of vehicle batteries, has signed a deal with Vattenfall, one of Europe’s largest producers and retailers of electricity and heat.

As part of the deal, CTEK will supply Electric Vehicle (EV) charging equipment and associated services across Europe.

Owned by the Swedish state, Vattenfall is dedicated to making fossil-free living possible within one generation. The company provides energy to more than 20,000 people in markets across Sweden, Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

CTEK will support Vattenfall with the continued roll-out of its successful InCharge product. This ground-breaking product portfolio provides electric vehicle charge points, with an end-to-end service, to homeowners, businesses, and communities across Europe.

Jon Lind, CEO at CTEK said “We are absolutely delighted to be working with Vattenfall on this exciting project. We already have a proven track record with Vattenfall and have successfully delivered products and solutions with them in the Scandinavian markets.” 

The deal with CTEK involves the supply of EV charging equipment and associated software, along with other support services through a Service Level Agreement (SLA) to help Vattenfall maximize customer value and ensure customer satisfaction. 


The CTEK solution is centered around its market-leading Chargestorm Connected charging station, widely recognized for its safety, design and integrated technology. 

For maximum flexibility and to meet individual customer needs, wall box installations can be supported by cutting-edge solutions such as NanoGrid load balancing and Vattenfall’s InCharge cloud solution to ensure that Vattenfall customers have full control of their EV charging.

For larger corporate and commercial installations, Vattenfall’s cloud-based solutions support the operation, monitoring, and administration of users and public charging stations.


“The award of this contract is a real testament to the quality and reliability of our products and our complete end-to-end system,” said Lind.

In Europe, CTEK’s range of E-mobility products and solutions range from individual wall boxes for charging at home, to larger corporate and commercial installations with many charging stations, that require load balancing as well monitoring and payment solutions.