Fisker announces Deftpower as European public charging platform provider
The partnership is said to deliver easy access to over 425,000 public charging points across Europe
US electric vehicle manufacturer Fisker has announced Deftpower as its European mobility service provider, giving its customers access to over 425,000 public charging points across Europe
Charging stations affiliated with Deftpower can be accessed through Fisker’s Flexsm Charge app, which is said to deliver transparent pricing and a simple payment system, as well as via Fisker navigation system.
With the app installed, owners can filter search for DC fast charge locations, do basic EV route planning, and calculate arrival times at charging stops.
By tapping a Fisker-provided RFID Card or using the Fisker Flexsm Charge app, Fisker says owners of its Ocean SUV can initiate and pay for charging sessions seamlessly, and see all charge tariffs.
Chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker said. "Partnering with Deftpower gives our owners excellent charging convenience and choice."
Meanwhile, Jacob van Zonneveld, CEO Deftpower said: "At Deftpower, we believe that simplifying the charging experience is essential to EV adoption and customer satisfaction.”
"Our solutions are designed to make charging as easy and convenient as possible, while also providing a great customer experience.
“We are thrilled to work with partners like Fisker to make premium EV charging services more accessible across Europe, and we're proud to be a part of the transition to a cleaner and more sustainable future.”
Fisker is also providing one year of free charging at over 30,000 eligible charging ports on the Allego network in Europe.
The Fisker Ocean is an all-electric SUV available in the trim levels. The Fisker Ocean with the high-end Extreme trim is claimed to provide a range of up to 390 miles on a single charge.
The high-rider also comes equipped with dual-motors, all-wheel-drive, three driving modes and a 17.1-inch rotating screen which supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.