We always bring the energy
Through our extensive experience within renewable energy and electric mobility, Mer is combining the best of both worlds to power the European shift towards electric mobility.
We are energised by what we do and we want our customers to feel the same. Our mission is to make sustainable electric mobility easy and accessible for everyone. Join our mission to be part of a purer tomorrow!
We make going green simple
Our ambition is to become a leading European e-mobility company by providing innovative and sustainable solutions for the ultimate customer experience – through our employees powered by pure motivation and our commitment to create a better tomorrow.
We seek to remove the friction in the transition to electric mobility by providing simple, suitable and sustainable solutions, empowering our customers to join us in this mission.
To make going green simple, we not only commit to on-going product- and service innovation, but also to continuously improving on everything we do!
We have what it takes
For many, electric mobility is a new game—but not for us. We've been bringing expertise, innovation and know-how for over a decade now. We're ready to go. The world needs a better way of moving, and Mer is here to make it happen.
Mer is an European company composed of several electric mobility companies and owned by Statkraft. Although Mer was founded in 2020, the company encompasses a wide range of longstanding experience within electric mobility:
E-WALD GmbH is one of Germany's leading system providers of electromobility in public and private spaces. The company, based in Teisnach in Lower Bavaria, was founded as part of the research project "Model Region Electromobility" at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology. What began as the largest demonstration project for electromobility in Germany has become a success story that is well known throughout Germany. Since August 2019, E-WALD is part of the Norwegian state-owned company Statkraft, which has set itself the task of supplying a climate-neutral future with energy from renewable sources. E-WALD takes care of the construction and operation of public charging infrastructure and operates a battery-electric car sharing fleet.
Since 2015, eeMobility GmbH strives to create synergies within the energy- and mobility sector along their way towards a sustainable future fueled by renewable energies. eeMobility GmbH offers holistic solutions for businesses that are transitioning from a conventional to an electric fleet, by providing charging concepts for drivers to use at home, at the company site and by also providing access to public chargers.
Mer Norway AS
Founded in 2009 as Grønn Kontakt, Mer Norway has been one of the leading charging operators in Norway – also known as the pioneering country for electric mobility. Within this time, Mer Norway has established well over 260 fast charging stations all across Norway. In addition to the nationwide charging network, Mer Norway also offers smart charging solutions for both housing cooperatives and businesses.
Mer Sweden AB
The swedish Grön Kontakt AB, now Mer Sweden, was established in 2019. By transferring the experience and knowledge from the market in Norway into Sweden, Mer Sweden has established themselves with the smart charging solution for both housing cooperatives and businesses in an early – but fast – moving marked. In February 2021, Statkraft aquired 51 percent of the shares in Bee Charging Solutions, and once the transaction has been approved by the competition autorities, the two companies will merge and together become one of the biggest operators in Sweden.
Gronn Kontakt UK Ltd
Gronn Kontakt UK was established in March 2020 and offer public and commercial electric vehicle charging. Influenced by Statkraft’s commitment to a better future, their aim is to offer sustainable electric vehicle charging in the UK and Ireland.
Mer Group is fully owned by Statkraft, a company with over 125 years of experience within renewable energy production, and with over 4000 employees in 17 countries. Today, Statkraft supplies Mer Norway and Mer Sweden charging stations with renewable energy to reduce the CO2-emissions and accelerate the transition to electric mobility for a sustainable future.
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