Solutions2019-09-02T11:38:39+01:00

Cooperation programmes

Read about the cooperation programmes offered by Optimum Way to find the solution that best meets your requirements.

Lease

As part of its lease programme, Optimum Way concludes a long-term lease agreement with you for a set amount. As part of the agreement, Optimum Way receives the right to use the part of your parking lot that is required for the installation and operation of rapid chargers. You bear the costs of installing the electricity necessary for charging and are liable for ensuring a continuous electricity supply.

Revenue and profit sharing

The essence of this programme lies in the fact that the parties operate the charging station together for a long period of time, sharing the generated revenue and the costs of installation and operation.

Self-sustaining system

If you want to provide your customers with free charging, the initial and operating costs of the service can be covered by the advertising revenue generated by the charging stations suitable for displaying digital marketing materials.

Charging station purchases

From a business point of view, this is the simplest solution: as part of a one-off transaction, a charging station is installed in an area you own and make suitable. You can determine the type of service offered by the equipment used for providing a return on the investment (free with advertisements/paid/paid with advertisements).

Paid parking, parking garages, underground garages
New installations:
It shall be possible to install electric car charging points for at least 10 parking spaces after every 100 parking spaces without damaging the pavement.
Existing facilities:
By 1 January 2019, electric car charging points shall be installed for at least 2 parking spaces per every 100 parking spaces.
Store parking lots (of stores with a gross area of 300 m2 and selling consumer goods)
New installations:
It shall be possible to install electric car charging points for at least 10 parking spaces after every 100 parking spaces without damaging the pavement.
Existing facilities:
Electric car charging points shall be installed for at least 2 parking spaces per every 100 parking spaces.
The deadlines for implementing the changes:
Net store areas exceeding 1500 m2: 1 January 2019
Net store areas between 300 and 1500 m2:
– in settlements with more than over 50,000 residents: 1 January 2019
– settlements with 20,001-50,000 residents: 1 January 2020
– settlements with less than 20,000 residents: 1 January 2026

Don’t be afraid to ask!

Many questions can arise in connection with charging electric cars at home and at community charging points: from legal requirements through tendering opportunities to possible business solutions, we are happy to help clarify any issues.

Let’s move every day together!