innogy eMobility Solutions builds position in Europe and taps into French market
- Jean-Thierry Schüler now responsible for business in France
- innogy offers partners solutions for comprehensive eMobility-offerings
innogy eMobility Solutions, the leading technology provider for electrical charging solutions, is further expanding its European business. The new target market is France; based in Paris, Jean-Thierry Schüler will be responsible for the French business with immediate effect.
Stefan von Dobschütz, CCO innogy eMobility Solutions: "By tapping into the French market, we are systematically expanding our positioning as an internationally active technology provider. In addition to the further development of existing customers, the acquisition of new customers is, of course, also on the agenda." Von Dobschütz: "The topic of eMobility is increasingly gaining momentum in our neighbouring country France. Numerous French vehicle manufacturers are offering electrically powered cars. Large infrastructure providers are intensifying the construction of charging stations. In this dynamic environment, innogy eMobility Solutions is the ideal company to contribute its knowledge as a technology provider."
Before joining innogy eMobility Solutions, Jean-Thierry Schüler (51) worked for numerous companies and institutions in various countries, most recently at EVBOX GmbH in Munich, a company within the ENGIE Group. In his former position he was responsible for the development of the infrastructure for eMobility, as the business development director (Direktor DACH) for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. As a member of the Franco-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) in Paris, the Franco-German Business Club Hauts de France in Lille and the Société des Ingénieurs Automobile (SIA) in Paris, Schüler has excellent contacts in France.
As an international technology provider, innogy eMobility Solutions GmbH offers intelligent hardware and software products as well as services for electromobility. The company is one of the pioneers in the German eMobility market and has more than ten years of experience in this new business field. innogy charging solutions make it easy for fleet operators and industrial customers as well as energy suppliers, cities and also retailers of electronics and their customers to switch to the e-car. With 32,000 charging points installed at customers worldwide, innogy eMobility Solutions is consciously driving the development of eMobility through innovations. innogy eMobility Solutions is a wholly-owned subsidiary of innogy SE and bundles all of the Group's eMobility activities.