AMPECO has become a proud supporter of the Central and Eastern European Green Transport Initiative (CEE GTI).
The goal of the CEE GTI is to have local actors work together on shaping the legislative ground for the successful establishment of green transport in our region, especially on the deployment of EV charging infrastructure.
The expertise of AMPECO will undoubtedly enable the initiative to better understand the needs of consumers in terms of a successful, scalable and sustainable EV charging management platform.
Despite being a global player, AMPECO sees immense value in the Central and Eastern Europe markets, which currently lag in their pace of transport electrification. This will likely change with adopting a more ambitious EU policy with particular attention given to home and office charging.
You can read the full text of the declaration and its objectives on the CEE GTI official website.
AMPECO provides a white-label SaaS infrastructure that enables charge point operators to easily start and scale a network of stations. As one of the EV charging management market leaders, we enable businesses with innovative software solutions to enter the EV charging market and utilize new business models. AMPECO already serves more than 50 customers on five continents ranging from charge point operators, installers, fleet operators, energy utilities, oil and gas, municipalities, car parking operators and others.
About CEE GTI
The CEE GTI is a advocacy platform led by the Polish Alternative Fuels Association and the Slovak Electric Vehicle Association. The CEE GTI exists to advance the development of zero-emission road transport in CEE, which means the electrification of road transport.
The primary focus of the CEE GTI will be to address its goals through position papers, analyses, reports, communications, and advocacy activities. These tools will help to influence the legislative process and overall planning perspective at the EU level. The CEE GTI will also strive to be a capacity-building centre and knowledge hub within the CEE region.