EV infrastructure specialist Kempower opens a new charger production facility in Lahti. The company has signed a letter of intent for the lease of the premises, comprising approximately 10 000 square meters of space, and an option to expand the premises in the future.

Kempower to build more EV infrastructure

The new premises will also house RDI and office space, among other functions. The new production facility will be opened gradually during 2024, and it will double Kempower’s production facilities in Europe. The choice of premises was based, among other factors, on the suitability and the possibility of future expansion.

“Expanding our company’s operations in its hometown of Lahti feels great. With our new premises, we will be able to meet the growing demand for reliable fast charging solutions. By locating our product development and research close to production, we can continue our growth efficiently and build the top expertise in e-mobility in Finland”, said Kempower’s CEO Tomi Ristimäki.

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