Easy: – Open for solar charging at home

Easy: - Open for solar charging at home

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(Elbil24): We don’t have numbers on that, but we wouldn’t be surprised if Easee was behind Norway’s most-used home charger.

The Stavanger-based company has surpassed 500,000 chargers installed in Europe, and in total has delivered more than 1 billion kilowatt-hours of chargers, according to a press release from Easee. It roughly corresponds to the consumption of driving 5000 times around the world.

During the first half of 2023, it will be possible to charge the car with solar energy through Easee chargers.

– That’s what we’re passionate about, to continually give our customers beneficial value from our products! Customers now have the opportunity to get the most out of their installation and use the available energy in the best way possible. Charging through the sun is undoubtedly a big step in the right direction for a greener future, CEO Jonas Helmkstull says in the same press release.

Solar cells are in the air these days, and solar cells with a total output of 165 gigawatts (millions of kilowatts) have been installed in Europe, a number expected to double by 2030. In Norway, in August, we had 12,500 solar cell systems connected to the power grid.

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Solar energy is an important part of the energy mix of the future, and we are proud to provide a service like this when price increases and inflation put pressure on consumers. We encourage customers who charge smart and think about the environment in their daily lives, says product manager Magnar Gya.

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