Allego N.V. (“Allego” or the “Company”) (NYSE: ALLG), a leading pan-European public electric vehicle fast and ultra-fast charging network, today announced its collaboration with OIL! tank & go, a prominent filling station chain in Denmark, to install ultra-fast chargers across the Danish brand’s network of stations. Fourteen sites are expected to be operationally completed by first quarter 2024.
With parallel commitments to support the transition to electric mobility, the two companies have embarked on a partnership that is unparalleled in Denmark, as no other gas station brand has enlisted an external charging provider for their ultra-fast charging network. To this end, an MOU was signed that permits the installation of Allego chargers at all 68 OIL! tank & go filling stations throughout Denmark. The sites set out in this agreement are in addition to the backlog of 1,314 sites Allego announced earlier this year. In the future, this partnership has the potential to extend across OIL!’s more than 330 locations in Denmark, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Allego’s Chief Executive Officer, Mathieu Bonnet, remarked, “We must ensure that charging infrastructure is commensurate to the growing demand for electric vehicles. Utilizing our proprietary Alamo tool, OIL! tank & go locations are well positioned for commuters and travelers representing ideal locations for our EV network. Through this partnership, we are furthering the enablement of a seamless EV driving experience, and the adoption of EVs in Denmark and beyond, and we are elated to share in this mission with OIL! tank & go.”
OIL! tank & go’s Country Manager, Henrik Schöler, Denmark said of the collaboration, “This partnership allows OIL! tank & go to provide a comprehensive array of refilling options to our customers, ensuring they can charge their electric vehicles quickly and efficiently while enjoying the convenience of our fueling stations. Together with Allego, we are supporting the transition to greener transportation and a more sustainable future.”
By 2035, all new cars sold in the European Union must be electric. Efforts are in progress to accommodate this industry-wide pivot; collaborations such as this one will give EV drivers peace of mind as they plan their travels because they will be able to rely on the quality of Allego charging network coupled with the accessibility of OIL! tank & go’s stations.
Allego is a leading provider of electric vehicle charging solutions, dedicated to accelerating the transition to electric mobility with 100% renewable energy. Allego has developed a comprehensive portfolio of innovative charging infrastructure and proprietary software, including its Allamo and EV Cloud software platforms. With a network of 34,000 charging points (and counting) spanning 16 countries, Allego delivers independent, reliable, and safe charging solutions, agnostic of vehicle model or network affiliation. Founded in 2013 and publicly listed on the NYSE in 2022, Allego now employs a team of 220 people striving every day to make charging accessible, sustainable, and enjoyable for all. For more information, please visit www.allego.eu.
About OIL! tank & go
OIL! tank & go, and OIL! Tankstellen GmbH is a subsidiary of Mabanaft, a leading independent and integrated energy company. Under our OIL! brand, we have been operating a continuously growing service station network since 1994, with currently more than 330 stations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Denmark. Of the current 330 OIL! service stations, more than 230 are located in Germany. We convince through customer-oriented services and have positioned ourselves as an independent brand in the service station market.
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