"It feels very good to now see the concrete result of the collaboration with our partner and co-owner Niam Infrastructure in the form of a number of opened sites. We have an ambitious goal to build a total of 1,250 charging points in the Nordic region by the end of 2026, with Sweden as the first market," says Marcus Landelin, CEO of Nima Energy.
The collaboration between Niam and Nima began in 2022 when Niam's infrastructure fund became a minority shareholder in Nima with the possibility to finance the expansion of Nima's charging sites. To accelerate the rollout, Niam decided last year to inject additional capital and increased its ownership stake in Nima from 15 to just over 23 percent.
Nima develops, builds, and operates ultra-fast charging hubs along roads and in and around major cities. All of Nima's charging points have a capacity of up to 300 or 400 kW, allowing for a charge of up to 300 km in 15 minutes.
For more information, please contact:
Sverker Åkerblom, VD, Niam Infrastructure
+46 723 88 18 93, sverker.åkerblom@niam.com
Marcus Landelin, VD och grundare Nima Energy, via Mattias Hennius, Director Communications & PR at: +46 76 009 48 35, firstname.lastname@example.org
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About Nima Energy
Nima develops, builds and operates sites for ultra-fast charging of passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Nima was founded in 2020 and is based in Malmö, Sweden. The company is owned by its founders together with Niam via its infrastructure fund Niam Infra Fund, which in May 2022 was announced as a minority shareholder in Nima and also a financier for the company’s future scale-up and construction of charging sites. Nima’s goal is to become one of the leading charging operators for ultra-fast charging in the Nordic region, and by extension Northern Europe.