The company was registered on 19 March 2014 with a share capital of HUF 3 million, company registration number 01-09-188526, tax number 24906917-2-41, Community tax number HU24906917, registered office 1025 Budapest, Felső Zöldmáli út 3/B. The company is owned by János Ungár and another private person, Adrienne Zsuzsanna Kurcz.
Since its establishment, the Company has been one of the pioneering and leading companies in the electric mobility market in Hungary. It holds the 6th oldest charging station operator’s licence (CPO) issued by MEKH (13 March 2018) and is also the 6th company in Hungary to have announced its EMSP service.
Since 2018, Emobility Solutions has installed hundreds of charging devices for customers on the Hungarian market and currently operates more than 140 EV chargers and provides EMSP services to its customers. In connection with the operation of charging stations, it is important to point out that Emobility Solutions is a qualified service partner of several international EV charger manufacturers (e.g. Alpitronic), and the continuous training of its technical experts is essential to achieve and maintain this status.
In addition to the Hungarian market, Emobility Solutions has also been involved in several international projects. As a subcontractor, EMS has participated in charging infrastructure installation projects in more than 15 European countries (Norway, UK, Germany, Spain, Poland, etc.). In addition, EMS has been responsible for the maintenance and service of a network of 500+ chargers under a long-term contract in the framework of the so-called “Fast-E” project.
In addition to the construction and operation of the charging infrastructure, Emobility Solutions is (has been) an active participant in several innovation projects, such as the SCALE project (2022-2025). Within the framework of the project, Emobility Solutions carries out a demonstration of the so-called V2G technology in two locations in Hungary.
Emobility Solutions also designs and implements complex energy projects, combining solar photovoltaic (PV) energy production systems with energy storage, smart charging solutions and building energy management software to ensure the most optimal energy production and use at the site of implementation.
EMS references with charger manufacturers
- EMS authorised service partner of Alpitronic and Tritium
- EMS has started to become authorised service partner of Starcharge and Autel. First trainings have been done, by the end of Q1 2024 licence will be acquired.
- EMS and ABB has a strategic partnership. Both companies are consortia members of a EU funded project (more info below) and work together on DC V2G pilot project
EMS references as CPO and EMSP
- EMS has the 3. oldest CPO licence in Hungary (since 2017) and 4. oldest EMSP licence in Hungary (since 2017)
- EMS operates 200+ charging point all over Hungary, both in the public and private charging point segment
- EMS has onboarded with GIREVE roaming system
- Based on long term partnership EMS offers 360 degree services, such as planning, permitting, installation, commissioning, operation, preventive maintenance, full range of EMSP services
- In Hungary EMS has full country coverage of subcontractors of electrical engineers, construction executers. Based on this network EMS provides SLA based maintenance service ensuring highest uptime possible
EMS references in chargepoint installation
- last 10 years over 2000 services jobs in 14 countries for OEMs and international CPO partners, such as Audi, VW, BMW, Mercedes, Tesla, Hyundai, Shell, Aral, ImmoFinance (Stop Shop)
- As subcontractors EMS was part of the largest charger installation projects with large international companies such as Allego, Fast-E, Mega-E. EMS was responsible for installation, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting.
- EMS was the subcontracted installer of the first HPC project in the European Union. In Kleinosheim, Germany EMS started to gain experience in HPC installation in 2017.
- Emobility Solutions was subcontractor in electric installation at EON’s flagship charging park in Geiselwind, Germany, in 2018
- EMS was subcontracted electric installer of a HPC park at Shell petrol station in Bernau am Chiemsee, South Germany, in 2018.
EMS references in innovation projects:
- with FKFS, Comemso and Vector EMS was part of an R&D project developing mobile testing and certifying solution for HPC charging parks. The result of the project was presented at EVS 35 in Oslo
- Emobility Solutions is a member of the SCALE Horizon Europe project consortium. The consortium comprises cutting-edge European e-mobility actors including DSOs, aggregators, public authorities, and e-mobility service providers. It is led by ElaadNL, one of the world’s leading knowledge and innovation centers in the field of smart charging and charging infrastructure, with a global reputation as leading advocate for open protocols in electric mobility.
- EMS leads a task of the project which is about to set up and run a demonstrational/pilot project of vehicle to grid technology. In Q1 2024, EMS will install 4 pcs of V2G capable DC chargers together with ABB, and 12 pcs of V2G capable AC chargers together with WeDriveSolar.
Personal references of the EMS project team:
- Emobility Solutions’ Managing Partner, Janos Ungar is elected Board Member in AVERE actively involved in the infrastructure working group and in task forces e.g. EU harmonization of DC MID metering or fire and safety regulation for chargers at covered parking areas.
- Tamas Toth-Balo, the CSO of Emobility Solutions prior to his current position was Head of Unit of the Ministry for National Economics and led the working group which was responsible for developing the Hungarian legislation environment of the emobility. He is also leading the emobility working group of the Hungarian Battery Association.
- EMS’ staff members have CBRE-Shell safety passport, which allow us to work (e.g. install, and maintain chargers) within a petrol station environment.
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