European mobility service provider DKV has acquired GreenFlux, the leading European software platform provider for electric vehicle (EV) charging. This represents the next step in DKV’s efforts to support fleet drivers and their organisations as they switch to lower-carbon transport and provides strong links with the company’s existing mobility support applications.
This acquisition marks DKV’s further expansion into the fast-growing emobility charging market. It will help DKV to increase the scale of their overall electric car and vehicle charging across Europe.
Marco van Kalleveen, DKV Mobility CEO, said: “I am very proud that we have expanded our EV capabilities to this extent and thus provide more services to our customers’ e-fleets throughout Europe.
“This dynamic growth shows that electromobility is developing at a rapid pace throughout Europe. In this context, we want to drive the transition towards a more sustainable future of mobility”.
Floris van den Broek, GreenFlux CEO said: “Over the past 10 years, GreenFlux developed its software platform for EV charging, expanded its reach into 28 countries, and in 2021 was awarded a Financial Times FT-1000 position for fast growth. We look forward to taking the next step by being part of the DKV Mobility Group”.
GreenFlux’s offering includes a complete range of solutions for charge point and mobility service operators, enabling core, hardware-independent electric vehicle smart charging capabilities, such as charge point and charge card management, roaming, payments and charge duration transaction processing.