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    has to be wins major customers from GreeceProtergia Charge becomes a new customer of the eMobility software specialist has to be. Protergia is the electricity and natural gas division of Mytilineos, the largest independent electricity producer in Greece. This wants to roll out charging infrastructure across the board in Greece under the Protergia Charge brand.


    For the operation, administration and billing as well as a mobility app and roaming services, Protergia relies on the software be.ENERGISED from has to be, as the Austrian company reports. The background to the charging offensive, which has to be called a “mammoth project at the right time”, is clear: at the beginning of November, the Greek government announced as part of a new environmental law that the sale of new vehicles with internal combustion engines would be banned from 2030 .

    Looking at the current infrastructure, it becomes clear that the planned combustion engine shutdown will have to be followed by an enormous investment in charging infrastructure: According to data from the European Alternative Fuels Observatory (EAFO), there are currently only 518 public charging stations in all of Greece - of which are currently 38 quick chargers (with more than 22 kW) and 480 AC stations with 22 kW or less.

    The communication does not provide any specific goals for the Protergia Charge network. Panayotis Kanellopoulos, Deputy General Director of the Electricity and Gas Division, only explains that Protergia is doing “pioneering work for the future of energy through innovative solutions in the field of electromobility”.

    has to be CEO Martin Klässner states that Protergia plays an important role in the European market penetration. "Especially since we now have the chance to advance the charging infrastructure development in Greece together with the country's largest private energy supplier," said Klässner.
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