Lars Strömgren (MP), Trafikborgarråd in the City of Stockholm, today inaugurated Nima’s first two charging stations in the inner city – both with a capacity of up to 300 kW.

Today, Nima Energy (Nima) inaugurates its first sites for ultra-fast EV charging in Stockholm’s inner city. 12 charging points with a capacity of up to 300 kW offer the possibility of charging up to 300 km in around 15 minutes. By introducing a total of 50 ultra-fast EV charging points in central Stockholm, Nima contributes to the city’s overall goal of an emission-free inner city by the year 2030.

Today, Nima inaugurates its first two sites in central Stockholm with 8 ultra-fast EV charging points on Dag Hammarskjölds Väg in Diplomatstaden and 4 on Wennerbergsgatan at Kungsholmen. All charging points have a capacity of up to 300 kW and thus offer the possibility to charge up to 300 km in about 15 minutes.

– We see that there is a great commitment among both residents and business owners to phase out petrol and diesel cars in the inner city. With ultra-fast EV chargers in central Stockholm, it will be easier for taxis and electric-powered deliveries to quickly stop and charge properly. It is an important step on the road to a more pleasant city with fresher air and less noise, says Lars Strömgren (MP), Trafikborgarråd in the city of Stockholm.

During the year, Nima will open an additional 3 sites in Stockholm’s inner city located on Vallhallavägen, Gustavlundsvägen and Ringvägen with an additional 38 ultra-fast charging points – all with a capacity of up to 300 kW. Which means a total of 50 ultra-fast charging points in Stockholm.

– Thanks to the new sites, we are contributing to the electrification of transports in Stockholm and the city’s overall goal of an emission-free inner city by the year 2030. Public ultra-fast EV charging in good locations and at a competitive price is especially important in for EV owners without access to night charging and all commercial transport such as taxis, says Marcus Landelin, CEO at Nima Energy.

Nima’s investment means that Stockholm’s inner city will get its first ultra-fast charging points – an important addition to the electrification of the city, which decided to introduce environmental zone class 3 in a part of the city already at the turn of the year. This as a step towards an emission-free inner city by the year 2030.

– Taxi Stockholm welcomes Nima Energy’s charging points. We are working intensively to electrify our vehicle fleet, where the goal is for it to be emission-free before 2030. The expansion of more charging sites in Stockholm is therefore crucial to realizing this goal, says Pernilla Samuelsson, CEO of Taxi Stockholm.

In total, Nima is currently building 150 ultra-fast EV charging points from Malmö to Stockholm. The investment is part of Nima’s plan to build a total of 1,250 charging points in the Nordic region by the end of 2026.

Nima’s price is SEK 4.50 per kWh regardless of whether you tap your debit card directly on a card reader on the charger, use Apple/Samsung/Google Pay, pay via our app Nima Energy where you can also register for autocharge. Nima’s intention is to offer the country’s electric car owners fast, easy and reliable charging – at a competitive price.

About Nima Energy
Nima develops, builds, and operates sites for ultra-fast EV charging of passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Nima was founded in 2020 and is based in Malmö, Sweden. The company is owned by its founders together with Niam via its infrastructure fund Niam Infra Fund, which in May 2022 was announced as a minority shareholder in Nima and a financier for the company’s future scale-up and charging site roll-out plan. Nima’s goal is to become one of the leading EV Charge Point Operators for ultra-fast charging in the Nordic region, and by extension Northern Europe.
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