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CTEK's EV charger wins UK e-Mobility Award

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7 February 2023

CTEK's charger wins UK e-Mobility Award


Global vehicle charging brand CTEK has won the Electric Vehicle Chargepoint Manufacturer of the Year at the UK's E-Mobility Awards 2023.

CTEK won the coveted award for its Chargestorm Connected 2 (CC2) electric vehicle supply equipment which was designed to be compact, smart and reliable.

The CTEK team was presented with the award at the E-Mobility Awards ceremony hosted by the broadcaster Quentin Wilson at the British Motor Museum in Warwickshire.

Cecilia Routledge, CTEK's global director of Energy and Facilities, said: "It is a huge honour to be named winner of this coveted award. We are very pleased that the experienced E-Mobility Awards judges picked CTEK and our CC2 for this title.

"The UK market is very important to CTEK and this win will be celebrated equally here by our UK team and back in Sweden at our headquarters where the research and innovations for CC2 took place and continue every day."

CTEK's CC2 is one of the few chargers available with a choice of either a single or dual socket, where two vehicles can be plugged into the same unit to charge at the same time.

The units can be wall or pole mounted, and CTEK is the only manufacturer to offer a four-socket solution, where two dual socket CC2s are mounted back-to-back, allowing four EVs to plug in and charge at once.

Installers only need to dig one hole and fix one pole for every four charging points, making setting up a charging location quicker, easier and more cost effective.

CC2 is one of the most dynamic EV chargers around, designed to be robust, reliable and easy to use. It's packed with safety features and smart functions that gives drivers flexibility to choose the time, power and length of charge.

CTEK innovations also include its Nanogrid load balancing to protect the supply grid and Charge Portal backend system for managing and analysing charging, including usage patterns, energy consumption and billing.

Cecilia added: "We are really excited to be a part of the UK's transition to greener and more sustainable transport."

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  • CTEK.E-MobilityAwards.1: (l-r) CTEK group communications manager Katharine Parker, global director Energy and Facilities Cecilia Routledge and UK sales manager Adrian Hopkinson with Quentin Wilson
  • CTEK's Chargestorm Connected 2 (CC2)
  • CTEK's E-Mobility Awards trophy



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About CTEK

  • Established in Dalarna, Sweden,CTEKis the leading global brand in vehicle charging solutions.
  • CTEK offers products ranging from 12V and 24V battery chargers to charging solutions for electrical vehicles. CTEK'sE-mobility solutions range from individual EV chargers to larger corporate and commercial installations with multiple charging stations, that requireload balancingand integrate seamlessly with monitoring and payment equipment.
  • CTEK's products are sold via a carefully selected network of global distributors and retailers: as original equipment; supplied to more than 50 of the world's leading vehicle manufacturers; and through charge point operators, property owners and other organisations/individuals providing EV charging infrastructure.
  • CTEK takes pride in its unique culture based on a passion for innovation and a deep commitment to supporting the transition to a greener mobility, by adhering to industry leading ESG standards.

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