An electric vehicle of the Partner Group (Photo: Public Relations)
The communication group 'Partner' and the company 'enova' (enova) from Nofer-Malgam, signed a deal for cooperation in the field of transition to electric vehicles.
As part of the deal, Innova will accompany Partner, which is the first communications group in Israel to lead this type of move, in the process of implementing managed electric charging stations at the company's headquarters and in the employees' homes.
As part of the deal between the companies, Innova will provide the partner over the next few years with charging stations in accordance with the pace of changing the vehicles to electric ones, while fully managing the process, including installation, service and ongoing operation.
Meanwhile, Innova will provide an advanced management system that enables the management of charging and the distribution of electricity in an intelligent manner across the stations, alongside monitoring, control, collection and analysis of electricity consumption data for the company's vehicle fleet manager.
In the first phase, dozens of stations have already been installed at Partner's headquarters in Rosh Ha'Ain, with Partner's vehicle fleet being one of the largest vehicle fleets among companies in the Israeli economy.
The process of switching to electric vehicles is a strategic move, which is expected to reduce the company's air pollution emissions.
Innova, led by Yuval Kinan, is a subsidiary of Nofer Energy and the Malgam Group, which promotes comprehensive solutions in the field of renewable energy.
The company is engaged in the establishment of a large-scale nationwide electric vehicle charging network, alongside the production, storage and supply of private electricity through production in solar systems. Meanwhile,
Inova provides an innovative service that includes smart stations for fast charging, charging at preferred times to save electricity, as well as support for dozens to hundreds of vehicles Electrics on one site by an algorithm that studies the charging behavior for each vehicle.
The service enables loading by: an application, an RFID chip, a QR scan and also using the company's employee card.
In the first phase, dozens of stations have already been installed at Partner's headquarters in Rosh Ha'Ain, with Partner's vehicle fleet constituting one of the largest vehicle fleets among companies in the Israeli economy (Photo: Partner)
According to the forecast of the Electricity Authority and the Ministry of Energy, by the year 2030, about one million electric vehicles are expected to be in use in Israel.
This move positions Partner as a company with a high level of environmental awareness that enshrines the values of innovation, sustainability and ecology, and is expected to raise the company's annual rating in the international ESG (Corporate Social Responsibility) index.
Deputy CEO of Partner, Daganit Kramer: "We are marching towards an advanced, efficient and greener future.
Alongside excellence and leadership in the communications market, Partner has championed innovation, sustainability and contribution to the environment." CEO of Innova, Yuval Kinan: "We are happy to be Partner's partners in the transition to green transportation, as part of the growing trend in recent months, when many companies in the Israeli economy are beginning to transition Parts of their vehicle fleet are electric. Innova has a unique, cost-effective and efficient solution that enables management of charging at work, at home and in public space with a single invoice."