Fastned wins another tender in the UKFastned, a company that is rolling out a network of fast charging stations throughout Europe, has won a tender from the North East Combined Authority (NECA) and Newcastle University to realise two fast charging stations in the city centres of Newcastle and Sunderland.
Fastned grows 110% in the fourth quarterIn a year on year comparison with Q4 2016, Fastned’s volume, revenue and number of customers showed strong growth in Q4 2017. This is despite the fact that car manufacturers such as Hyundai and Opel have not been able to deliver sufficient numbers of electric cars in the Netherlands to meet strong market demand.
Fastned raises 12.3 million euro for expansion of European fast charging networkFastned, has raised 12.3 million euro in 10 days via a public issue of bonds. The proceeds of this issue will be used to further expand the network of fast-charging stations in the Netherlands, Germany other European countries.
Fastned starts new issue of bonds at 6% interestAfter earlier successful bond issues, today the Dutch charging company Fastned has started the issue of a new series of bonds. The proceeds of this issue will be used to fund expansion of Fastned’s European network of fast-charging stations for electric cars.
German government awards 4.1 million euro to Fastned to build 25 fast charging stationsFastned, a company that is building a European network of fast charging stations where all electric cars can charge, was today awarded a subsidy of 4.1 million euro by State Secretary Rainer Bomba of the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure.
Fastned raises 7.7 million euro to grow networkFastned, the Dutch company that is rolling out a European network of fast charging stations where all electric cars can charge, has raised 7.7 million euro in just two weeks via a public issue of bonds. Therefore the bond subscription was oversubscribed by a factor of two.
Fastned starts partnership with Van der Valk in the Netherlands and BelgiumThe Dutch company Fastned that is building a European network of fast charging stations, has signed an agreement with hotel chain Van der Valk Hotels & Restaurants to build fast charging stations in The Netherlands and Belgium.
Fastned starts bond issue at 6% interestAfter a successful bond issue end of last year, today Dutch charging company Fastned has started the issue of a new series of bonds. The proceeds of this issue will be used to fund expansion of its network of fast-charging stations in the Netherlands as well as surrounding countries.
Fastned raises EUR 2.5 million in record timeFastned, which is building a pan-European network of fast charging stations where all electric cars can charge, has raised EUR 2.5 million in a single weekend with a limited issue of bonds to the general public. The money will be used for the expansion of the network of fast charging stations.
Fastned is building a European network of fast-charging stations where all electric cars can charge within 20 minutes. The stations are located at high traffic locations along the highways and in cities. This will give electric cars the freedom to drive across Europe. As of today, Fastned has 69 stations (including two 350kW stations) operational in The Netherlands and is working on expanding its fast charging network to the rest of Europe. Fastned is preparing the construction of fast charging stations in Germany, The United Kingdom and Belgium. Fastned is listed on the Nxchange stock exchange.
Fastned is rolling out its network of fast charging stations in response to the rapidly increasing numbers of EVs in Europe. Car manufacturers are investing billions of Euros in the development of, and production capacity for EVs. More and more EVs are hitting the roads, which drives the need for charging infrastructure. Fastned is responding to this development by building the service stations of the future. Co-founder and CEO Michiel Langezaal: “We are the Shell of the future, only our energy comes from the sun and the wind.”
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