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Alveri and Polestar Austria are teaming up to expand electric mobility

Alveri and Polestar Austria are teaming up to expand electric mobility

Alveri and Polestar will work together in the future so they can offer “more solutions to their customers in terms of charging infrastructure and vehicles.” The expansion of e-mobility “must gain momentum”, which is why we want to use synergies.

Alfieri charging stations for Polestar

Ihsan Zadmard, CEO of Alveri, sums it up: “With Polestar we have found a partner that represents the same values ​​as Alveri. In order to promote the expansion of electric mobility more quickly, we want to show how easy and seamless it is to integrate electric mobility into everyday life with the right charging infrastructure and the right vehicle. The “Cube PRO” each has a charging station available for the Polestar Space Vienna and the ongoing Polestar Roadshow. As part of the promotion, the all-electric Polestar 2 was last seen in Innsbruck and will be available for those interested to try it out in Salzburg and Dornbirn from October. Meanwhile, the model should also be seen in Alfieri’s future appearances.

Electric car from Austria

The goal of this collaboration is to “emphasize the shared values ​​of sustainability, transparency and design and provide customers of both brands with additional solutions in terms of charging infrastructure and vehicles,” as stated at the beginning. Thomas Hörmann, Managing Director of Polestar Austria: “We want to make the transition to fully electric mobility as easy and attractive as possible. That’s why it’s important for us to work with partners who want to work with us to drive change and develop sustainable solutions. We are happy to partner with Alfieri and have the opportunity to make all aspects of e-mobility more realistic.

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Top Austrian startup Alfieri It has made it its primary goal to develop smart charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. Meanwhile, the startup is working on Falco, its first electric car, which will be entirely “made in Austria” from development to construction. More recently, Alfieri was able to announce a new investment (we reported on it).

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