JOLT IN THE PRESS: ,eft- Tankstop‘- 5/2023

ELECTROMOBILITY AT PETROL STATIONS FAST CHARGING AS THE KEY TO SUCCESS Read in this article how petrol stations can benefit massively from electromobility if they set the course for it now. Your web browser doesn’t have a PDF plugin. click here to download the PDF file. Problems viewing the PDF file? You can download the PDF […]

JOLT IN THE PRESS: ,netzpraxis‘- 10/2023

NETWORK CONNECTIONS FOR FAST-CHARGING-INFRASTRUCTURES TO BE IMPLEMENTED FASTER Once again JOLT – CEO Maurice Neligan pleads for the cooperation of grid operators, municipal utilities and charging network operators to overcome existing challenges. The brakes must be released so that we can step on the accelerator together. Your web browser doesn’t have a PDF plugin. click […]

JOLT IN THE PRESS: ,ZFK- Zeitung für kommunale Wirtschaft‘- 09/2023

FAST-CHARGING NETWORK AS A JOINT EFFORT In this article, Jolt CEO Maurice Neligan pleads for a joint effort in e-mobility to reduce bureaucratic hurdles that slow down the expansion of nationwide and efficient fast charging station networks in cities. He would like to see municipalities, public utilities and charging network operators working more closely together. […]

JOLT IN THE PRESS: ,EID- Energie Informationsdienst‘- 37/2023

EID interview with Rauno Fuchs (JOLT) on inefficient award procedures for charging sites. How recurring, tender-free awarding of site quotas as well as smaller-scale awarding practices would lead much more quickly to sensible private-sector and market-oriented solutions, and how shorter award periods can create space for technical innovations in the future. Your web browser doesn’t […]

JOLT IN THE PRESS: ‚ stadtwerke-monitor.de‘, July 2023

Ultra-Fast-charging infrastructure – the “backbone of electromobility”. How private and public investments in charging infrastructure want to help push German e-mobility – and thus meet the requirements of the coalition government. Your web browser doesn’t have a PDF plugin. click here to download the PDF file. Problems viewing the PDF file? You can download the PDF […]

JOLT IN THE PRESS: ‚Münchner Merkur‘ May 2023

There are too few charging stations for electric cars, especially in cities. Existing ones are often permanently occupied. But fast-charging stations are expensive and difficult to install – until now. Your web browser doesn’t have a PDF plugin. click here to download the PDF file. Problems viewing the PDF file? You can download the PDF file […]

JOLT IN THE PRESS “Handelsblatt” – May 2023 (Nr. 87)

The Munich-based company equips its charging stations with batteries. This makes it easier to build the facilities and speeds up the charging of electric cars. Your web browser doesn’t have a PDF plugin. click here to download the PDF file.  Problems viewing the PDF file? You can download the PDF file here.Download PDF

JOLT IN THE PRESS: ‚Süddeutsche Zeitung‘, April 2023

Charging should become as easy as filling up. In this article from Süddeutsche Zeitung JOLT CEO Maurice Neligan explains how this can happen very soon. JOLT is pursuing the idea that drivers will hardly have to change their refueling habits even in the age of electric cars with battery-buffered charging stations. Charge, pay, drive on […]

JOLT IN THE PRESS: ‚Tankstelle‘, Issue 5/2023

An interesting read (unfortunately in German only) in the latest issue of ‘Tankstelle’ magazine, where Maurice Neligan, Founder and CEO, Jolt Energy and Thomas Speidel, Founder and CEO, ADS-Tec Energy talk about their long-term partnership and the common goals of smart, decentralized fast charging infrastructure and energy supply. JOLT’s pilot project with EG-Group, which manages […]

JOLT IN THE PRESS: “SPRIT+” – MARCH 2023

Maurice Neligan, Managing Director at JOLT Energy, talks in an interview with Sprit+ about JOLT’s business model, the advantages of ultrafast charging stations for petrol station locations and the challenges of the market ramp-up of charging points. The Article is available in German below: Your web browser doesn’t have a PDF plugin. click here to […]