Charged EVs | Shell acquires German supplier of infrastructure for industrial  EVs


Shell Deutschland, a subsidiary of world oil big Shell, has acquired SBRS Charging Options, a supplier of infrastructure services for industrial EVs.

SBRS, which is headquartered in Dinslaken, Germany, has a consumer base that features municipalities, public transport operators and OEMs. “The acquisition brings important expertise in electrical bus charging and a fabric pipeline in electrical truck charging,” says Shell.

SBRS is simply the most recent in numerous firms that Shell has acquired within the EV infrastructure phase, together with Shell Recharge Options, ubitricity, Cable Energia, Subsequent Kraftwerke, sonnen and LimeJump. The conglomerate presently operates over 100,000 cost factors at Shell retail websites and different areas.

“This acquisition will allow us to supply extra charging options to enterprise prospects who want to affect and decarbonize their fleets or enhance their depot charging capabilities,” mentioned István Kapitány, World Govt VP of Shell Mobility. “These embrace end-to-end charging options, personalized {hardware}, specialised software program, operations and upkeep at enterprise premises, houses and on the go.”

Supply: Shell


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