Our Mission

We believe the success of e-mobility will depend on consumer adoption driven by competitively priced e-cars, better model selection, longer driving range and most of all convenient fast-charging options.

Our mission is to bring fast charging downtown, providing easy-to-use and accessible fast-charging for e-cars in major European and North American cities.

We promise to quickly develop our network of urban chargers, giving drivers the security and confidence to embrace e-mobility while ensuring transparency in pricing, locations and availability.

We will protect the environment, operate with integrity, treat our partners and employees well and make our shareholders smile.

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The Facts

  • Diesel cars are history.
  • Electric Vehicles (EVs) are coming and constantly improving.
  • EVs are becoming cheaper and drive further .
  • 30% of all new car registrations will be electric vehicles by the year 2025.
Have you thought about buying one?

The Challenge

  • 72% of us live & work in densely populated urban areas.
  • Where will we charge all these new Electric Vehicles?
  • Currenly common AC-chargers are too slow and take longer to get you back on the road.
  • Virtually no DC-fast-chargers located in convinient downtown locations.
  • Cities to not have the infrastructure to provide scalable fast charging.
  • To support the future need for sustainable power, our cities have to be rewired.
How can we bring fast-charging downtown in-line EV demand forecasts?

The Challenge

  • 72% of us live & work in densely populated urban areas.
  • Where will we charge all these new Electric Vehicles?
  • Currenly common AC-chargers are too slow and take longer to get you back on the road.
  • Virtually no DC-fast-chargers located in convinient downtown locations.
  • Cities to not have the infrastructure to provide scalable fast charging.
  • To support the future need for sustainable power, our cities have to be rewired.
How can we bring fast-charging downtown in-line EV demand forecasts?

Our Solution

Swap-charging is all about customer convenience and bringing real fast-charging to drivers in urban areas, without years of planning, permitting and construction delays.


Mobile chargers with battery packs

Hot Swapping

We swap them when they’re empty


No construction or planning delays


Lower cost & fast installation


Convenient to use


We exclusively use green energy

Invest in a cleaner and more sustainable future!

The How (with Merlin)

The Merlin Quick-Charger

Urban Design

Grid independent

No construction

Digital Signage

Logistic concept


Quick and Easy to Use

1 User locates conviniently located JOLT Charging Station.

2 Quick Charging allows 100KM in just 10 minutes!

3 Automatic Payment and charging status via JOLT App

The How

The Benefits

No construction disruption

Fast-Charging in minutes, not years

Lower cost to city or site owner

Happy Drivers

Enables E-Mobility

Reduced Emmisions

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Our Plan

Perfect processes

Secure financing

Scale up network

October, 2019

A-Series Charger Built

December, 2019


January, 2020

B-Series Charger Built

April, 2020

Safety Certification

June, 2020

Series Charger Built

July, 2020

Munich Charging Park

August, 2020

Stuttgart Lighthouse

October, 2020

Munich Lighthouse

January, 2021

Hamburg Lighthouse

April, 2021

Frankfurt Lighthouse

November, 2021

First Chargers in London & Dublin

Help us to shape our roadmap!

Find out how you can help us bring fast charging downtown and save the planet.

On our way!

  • Team Formed with 200+ Years Experience
  • Charger Technology Secured
  • Demonstrator Expected in October
  • Business Model with 4 Revenue Streams
  • Logistics Equipment Designed & Ordered
  • Seed Funding Round Completed
  • Negotiations with Site Customers Ongoing
  • Very Positive Feedback from Market

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JOLT is going through an intense development phase over the next months, as we fine tune our technology and processes in preparation of our public launch next year.

We have investment opportunities for both private and institutional investors to get involved in this very exciting business at an early stage.

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By 2025, one-in-four new EU cars will be electric. This trend is being driven by emissions regulations, the demise of diesel cars and high-tech innovation. We’re embracing this e-Mobility revolution ensuring the infrastructure and enabling-technologies are in place.
We want to guarantee its success. If this sounds like your goal too – get in touch!

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Maurice Neligan
Chief Executive Officer

Maurice Neligan is the Founder and CEO of Jolt Energy. He has 25 years experience in the automotive and power engineering industries, both in North America and Europe.

Maurice has held a wide range of senior management positions with companies like Siemens, Continental and Volkswagen Groups, holding both P&L positions as well as leading corporate business functions.

He grew-up in Dublin, Ireland, where he studied economics and business studies at University College, Dublin. He currently lives with his family in Munich, Germany.

Frank N. Beicken
Chief Financial Officer

Frank Beicken is founder and key driver of business development strategy at Jolt Energy. He has over 30 years experience in the electrical engineering industry in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.

Frank has held a wide range of senior management positions with companies like Siemens, Vossloh and Salam Industrial Investments group, holding top general management and business development roles with responsibility for international infrastructure projects.

He grew-up in Wuppertal, Germany and studied business at the Siemens Academy. When he’s not travelling, he lives with his family in Aquitane, France.

Ingvar Ersson
Chief Operating Officer

Franz is a founder and Chief Technology Officer at Jolt Energy. He has over 30 years experience in engineering and development and is responsible for guiding our hardware development strategy. He has worked in Germany,
Netherlands, Denmark and India.

Franz has held senior vice president roles in product and operations management at companies like MTU AeroEngines and Suzlon Energy.

Franz was born in Germany and lives in Munich.

Gordon Meyer
Director, Project Management Office

Gordon Meyer is founder and Director of the Project Management Office, and is responsible for market intelligence, product specification, go-to-market strategy as well as partner management. He has over 20 years experience in software and technology companies with a global presence.

Gordon has held senior management positions, as well as highly technical positions, with companies such as ESRI, JDA Software, i2 Technologies and Q-Data in South Africa, Belgium and Germany.

Gordon was born and raised in Pretoria, South Africa. He has a daughter and lives in Munich.

Lars Berensen
Director, Business Development

Lars Berensen is co-founder and Director Business Development at Jolt Energy. Lars has over 27 years experience in the power and gas industry in Europe; he held multiple management positions in ExxonMobil Gas & Power and ExxonMobil Joint Ventures.

Lars has for ExxonMobil especially the power market responsibility for Germany, United Kingdom and Scandinavia and was for more than 10 years a member of the Federal German Energy Association.

Lars was born and grew-up in Celle, Germany; he graduated from the Georg-August-University, Göttingen with an MBA degree in business economics. He lives with his wife near Hannover.

Franz Buckl
Chief Technology Officer

Ingvar Ersson is Executive Vice-President, COO and Founder at Jolt. He has over 25 years leadership experience in international operations, having worked in Sweden, the United Kingdom and Germany.

Ingvar has held a wide range of senior management positions at Verbatim (subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical) where he was director of operations for EMEA, including production, supply chain and operational strategy.

Ingvar will lead the complete planning and rollout of Jolt’s international charging infrastructure, including the manufacturing, sourcing and logistic activities.

Ingvar grew-up in Sweden, where he studied business administration. He is a big ice hockey fan and lives with his family near Frankfurt, Germany.

Gerald Langheck
Chief Intelligence Officer

Gerald Langheck is founder and Chief Intelligence Officer at Jolt Energy. He has over 30 years experience in IT roles, including CIO positions, for global companies.

Gerald is responsible for the Merlin i.Q. platform, data analytics and IT services. He has worked for leading global distribution companies like Ingram Micro, Tech Data and PwC, in Germany and in the USA.

Gerald was born in Germany and lives in Munich.

Hans Kurt von Wilmowsky
General Counsel

Hans von Wilmowsky is our General Counsel, Director of Public Affairs and Founder at Jolt. He has over 30 years of experience in legal and financial management. Hans advises the management team on investor strategy, regulatory requirements, intellectual property rights and grant aid. Hans is also deeply involved in our fund-raising activities.

Hans has worked for a range of companies during his career including Deutsche Bank, Sumitomo Bank, Corning, Accor and Volkswagen Group. He is a specialist in both corporate finance and public affairs and is a practicing
lawyer, admitted to the German Bar.

Hans was born in Darmstadt. He has 3 sons, is a fine choral singer and lives with his wife near Munich.

JOLT is in the process of developing its network of fast chargers in cities. We will launch our commercial operations in 2020.

Our chargers will be located primarily in cities and suburbs providing real DC-charging

Initially, drivers will be able to charge 100 km in 10 minutes – we will increase this rate with time and as faster charging cars become available.

We are currently negotiating with cities and partners for JOLT deployments, we can keep you informed on deployments near you by signing-up for our newsletter.

You can also join us on this journey by getting involved as a small investor


Charging-as-a-Service is aimed at partner businesses, organizations and municipalities which have a need for fast-charging on their urban sites

JOLT, in coordination with the site partner, deploys the chargers at the partner location and takes over the complete operation of the equipment, including customer engagement. Typical customers are cities, retail parks, supermarkets, fast-food restaurants, office complexes, apartment buildings, site owners, car rental sites, electricity utilities, taxi companies and gas station operators.

The advantage of the service is that the partner pays a reasonable monthly subscription and has no worries about hardware costs, planning permits, construction, safety, maintenance or user and charger administration

Additionally, retail and hospitality partners have a captive audience during the 20 to 40-minute charging time. If you are interested in becoming a partner or getting more information on our Charging-as-a-Service program, please follow the links below


Charger-to-Grid services are offered primarily to utility partners for control power

Both JOLT and the utility partner work together to develop a common project to provide grid stabilization services and urban fast-charging services based on JOLT’s flexible portable fast-charger technology

In principle, as part of an overall pool, JOLT operates the chargers in urban areas to fast-charge electric vehicles. When the battery-storage based chargers are returned to our energy center for recharging, they are taken-over by the utility for both recharging and to be used for purposes of grid-stabilization.

The advantage to the utility is having access to a revolving supply of full-to empty batteries, giving the utility significant flexibility to undertake energy services including primary control energy operation

Additionally, energy companies tasked with installing EV charging infrastructure have a complete solution for urban fast-charging

Advertising & Media

Media services is focused on outdoor advertising companies

JOLT’s chargers include large digital public information displays combined with data connection and GPS, allowing media partners to stream location specific advertising to the individual stations

Our business is to rent the screen usage to the media partner

The advantage is that the media partner has a highly reliable infrastructure to transmit
targeted advertising, often on commercial premises, but also on city streets (in agreement with the municipality)

Additionally, JOLT can provide media partners with data analytics through its own IT cloud-based platform (Merlin i.Q.)

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