The first order of the new framework agreement includes 349 charging stations for electric buses. So far, it's still unclear which charger model to use.
The collaboration between Ekoenergetyka and RATP has existed since 2018. At that time the cooperation between the two companies had a two-year term with an option for another year.
In January 2021, Ekoenergetyka supplied 274 chargers for the RATP electric bus as part of the extension.
“For us, the continued cooperation with RATP is the best confirmation of the quality of our products, services and business relationships,” says Bartosz Kubik, CEO and co-founder of Ekoenergetyka.