Kempower to showcase its DC fast-charging solutions for the first time in Australia at All-Energy Australia 2023
- Kempower will present its DC fast-charging solutions portfolio at All-Energy Australia 2023 between October 25-26th in Melbourne.
- Paula Savonen, Kempower’s Vice President of Communications, will deliver a keynote about the importance of user experience in charger design on the event’s first day.
- Kempower will hold a meet and greet session in cooperation with the Finnish Ambassador to Australia, Satu Mattila-Budich, on the morning of the second day.
- All-Energy Australia 2023 will be the first time Kempower has exhibited at an Australian e-mobility event following a recent acceleration of activities in the country.
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – Kempower will present its industry-leading DC fast-charging technology at All-Energy Australia 2023, October 25-26th in Melbourne, Australia. The company will exhibit its solutions at the event, including a meet and greet session in cooperation with the Finnish Ambassador to Australia on day two of the event, while its Vice President of Communications, Paula Savonen, will give a keynote on the first day.
All-Energy Australia is one of the country’s biggest clean energy industry events. Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, the exhibition provides delegates with exclusive access to the latest technology, information and trends relevant to those working or investing in the renewables sector.
Kempower will showcase its wide range of modular and scalable DC fast charging solutions including the Kempower Satellite charging system and Movable Charger at Stand W119 during the event. On the second day of the conference, the Kempower team will also welcome the Finnish Ambassador to Australia, Satu Mattila-Budich, to their stand from 10:30am–11:30am AEDT for a meet and greet session, where event attendees can learn more about Kempower’s charging solutions.
Paula Savonen, VP, Communications of Kempower, will also deliver a keynote on the first day of All-Energy Australia 2023 titled ‘Building chargers for the EV revolution: how to prioritise user experience in EV charger design’ in Room 212 between 3:30pm–4:50pm AEDT. The company’s Head of Sales for South-East Asia and Oceania, Max Davis, will attend the event along with Chief Sales Officer, Tommi Liuska.
Exhibiting at All-Energy Australia 2023 will mark the first time Kempower has showcased its DC fast-charging technology at an Australian trade show, following a year of considerable activity in the country. Earlier this year, Kempower collaborated with JET Charge to supply 42 Kempower Station Chargers along the new 5,300km EV highway in Western Australia. The company has also established an Australian entity and permanent in-country team in Melbourne during 2023.
Commenting on the upcoming All-Energy Australia event, Paula Savonen, Kempower’s VP, Communications, said:
“It’s a very exciting time for the Australian EV market, which is why we’ve strengthened our presence in the country this year. By deploying the right charging infrastructure suitable for its extreme climate and long highways, Australia will soon join the forefront of the e-mobility transition. We look forward to discussing our ideas about Australia’s e-mobility future with attendees and other experts at All-Energy Australia.”
Paula Savonen, VP, Communications, Kempower
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Kempower in brief
We design and manufacture reliable and user-friendly DC fast-charging solutions for electric vehicles. Our vision is to create the world’s most desired EV charging solutions for everyone, everywhere. Our product development and production are based in Finland, with the majority of our materials and components sourced locally. We focus on all areas of e-mobility, from electric cars, trucks, and buses to machines and marine. Our modular and scalable charging system and world-class software are designed by EV drivers for EV drivers, enabling the best user experience for our customers around the world. Kempower is listed in the Nasdaq First North Growth Market Finland.