Dutch energy company Eneco has started the installation of EV charge points at Albert Heijn, the largest supermarket chain in the Netherlands and Belgium. It aims to have completed at least 2,000 connections by 2025
Over the next year the partnership plans to install 120 rapid charging stations providing a total of 240 charging connections. Albert Heijn describes the initiative as its response to the growing number of electric vehicles in its parking lots. The supermarket says, “By using the rapid charging station while shopping at Albert Heijn, you efficiently charge the battery of your car with 100% green electricity from Eneco HollandseWind.”
Joris Laponder, CCO of Eneco eMobility says, “This collaboration is an important step in the transition to cleaner mobility. We look forward to contributing to a greener future for the Netherlands and Belgium together with Albert Heijn.”
“We are also extremely proud of this collaboration in which we make fast charging accessible to our customers. In this way we help our customers to become more sustainable,” says Rob Heesen, Director of Foodservice & Concepts at Albert Heijn.