APCOA signs four-year electric vehicle (EV) charging contract with Blue Corner 

APCOA PARKING, Europe’s leading parking operator with 1.8 million parking spaces at over 12,000 locations in 13 countries, has signed a four-year contract with Blue Corner for the management of electric vehicle (EV) chargers at APCOA’s premium parking sites in Belgium.

Blue Corner will equally provide training and other logistical and maintenance services that will support the long-term availability of its EV charging points at APCOA.

Luc Verduyckt, managing director at APCOA PARKING Belgium, said: “APCOA is committed to innovative technologies and sustainable practices to offer the highest quality parking management. 

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“Through our digital platform, APCOA FLOW we connect parking lots with consumers and their vehicles. Blue Corner is an ideal partner for us. Their focus on advanced EV technology combined with their knowledge of customers’ EV parking behaviour, serves as a perfect match for APCOA in Belgium.

“As part of the Blink Charging Group, Blue Corner is at the vanguard in the global shift to EV mobility in Europe as an end-to-end provider and a key enabler. By connecting parking, mobility and services for urban life, APCOA is positioned to be an integral part of the digital and physical urban ecosystem.”

APCOA will implement a turnkey solution, including all services related to installation, operation, maintenance, and customer service for its Belgian market.

Olivier Van Schap, managing director at Blue Corner, said: “We are delighted to support professional parking operators like APCOA to build their EV charging network – and make a positive contribution towards a greener future in Europe.” 

Recently, APCOA announced a partnership with bp pulse to build over 100 fast-charging electric vehicle hubs across Europe. Together they will open more than 100 EV fast charging hubs across Europe. 

The project is part of APCOA’s plans to transform its car parks into Urban Hubs which will provide physical and digital infrastructure for mobility, logistics, electric charging and technology-based services.

Ian Osborne
Ian Osborne
Editor-in-Chief at ElectricDrives

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