Ekoenergetyka, a primary producer of high-power charging stations for electric vehicles on the European market, inaugurated a comprehensive training center. The facility will be located in Zielona Gora, western Poland. According to the company, the training center “is not only a place of learning, but above all a center for shaping the future of the industry”.

The new Ekoenergetyka training center in Poland

“We are helping to shape the future of the industry not only in the area of technology, but also in securing key competencies and talents”, commented Bartosz Kubik, Co-founder and CEO of Ekoenergetyka. The Ekoenergetyka Training Center’s offerings include extensive product knowledge, regularly updated in accordance with the latest market trends. The planned training and certification process aims to prepare dealers, distributors and installers to successfully operate in the dynamic electromobility industry.

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The Ekoenergetyka Training Center offers educational programs tailored to different audiences including service teams, distributors and installers. The training program also focuses on developing “soft” skills in the area of management and sales in the field of electromobility. Educational programs are tailored to different audiences, including service teams, distributors, installers, partners in our networks and operational personnel. Training series will be available in English, German, Polish and Ukrainian.

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