Omexom, the company that designed, supplied the electrical infrastructure and set up the battery replacement station, announced on its official Instagram account the conclusion of NIO’s first Battery Swap Station in Europe. The station is located in Lier – Oslo, Norway, the first European Market Nio entered so far. The company plans to enter another four European Markets this year: The Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and Denmark.
NIO may announce officially the opening of this station tomorrow or during the next days. The company plans to install 20 battery swap stations in Norway by the end of 2022
Omexom, the VINCI Energies brand dedicated to energy transition, is positioned across the entire value chain, from generation to transmission and distribution grids and the final consumer’s meter. Omexom began in 2000 when 20 regional business units specialising in electricity transmission and transformation in France adopted the common Omexom banner.
Nio launched today another Battery Swap Station and will reach the 800th this week. This is the 792th Battery Swap Station which means the company is only 8 away from the 800th. Last Saturday, the company launched four stations, three new Super-Charging Stations and the upgrade of four stations located in Muchong area. The Chinese EV maker is in a good pace towards the 1,300 Battery Swap Stations goal by the year end.
NIO finished 2021 with 777 Stations – being 11% above the update goal established last July of 700. The annual objective was reached three weeks before the year-end.
Recently, through a Press Release, NIO asked overseas Landowners to “Become a part of our journey” and help the company spread NIO Power Stations in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, and the Netherlands.