All about e-mobility in one place.

Welcome to the site of the Slovak Electric Vehicle Association (SEVA). This page is dedicated to providing up-to-date information on the development of electromobility.

The portal provides a space for professional discussion and networking. It can also create interesting business opportunities for both individuals and companies.

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E-mobility in Slovakia

Although Slovakia is an automotive leader, we are not among the European Union's leaders in e-mobility. However, a shift away from fossil fuels is inevitable and the e-mobility ecosystem has huge growth potential. Although electric vehicles are rapidly gaining ground around the world, we have not yet been able to give them substantial political support or convince the general public of the benefits of electrified transport.

SEVA¬īs objectives include:

  • spreading awareness of electromobility among the professional and general public
  • providing an overview of entities active in electromobility in Slovakia
  • supporting companies in the transition to electrified transport, and more.
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Latest news

24. 2. 2024 Who can be bothered by falling EV prices? Leasing companies! They are demanding concessions from EV manufacturers, including vehicle buyout agreements, to protect the $1.2 trillion market from further declines in value. Read more at autonews.com ūüá¨ūüáß
23. 2. 2024 Jana Lipt√°kov√° writes about the pitfalls of travelling by electric car from Bratislava to KoŇ°ice. Also based on data from SEVA, she found that such a journey requires careful planning, although the number of public charging points is currently sufficient given the number of vehicles. Read more at spectator.sme.sk
23. 2. 2024 At the Antwerp plant of BASF, the world's largest chemical company, the head of the European Commission, Mrs von der Leyen met more than 70 industrial players. The companies called for a "revision" of the European Green Deal to take more account of industry's investment and legislative needs to reduce emissions. Read the details on Euractiv.
23. 2. 2024 The European car industry needs to innovate to compete with China and Tesla. Traditional brands such as Volkswagen and Renault are looking for new strategies, including collaborating to develop affordable electric cars. The coming months will be crucial for the industry. Read more in Zina Ol√°hov√°'s article on sita.sk ūüáłūüáį
22. 2. 2024 The Swiss national road authority ASTRA has launched a tender for the construction of fast-charging hubs in other locations. The selected companies will be obliged to build and then operate the charging hubs for electric vehicles within three years. Read more.
21. 2. 2024 The Norwegian Public Roads Administration is testing electric snow ploughs on motorways. After a week of testing, which included heavy snowfall, the NTB concluded that the electric plough offers a good technological solution for environmentally friendly winter road maintenance. Read more.
21. 2. 2024 Dacia has redesigned its Spring model, the cheapest battery electric vehicle in Europe, giving it a new exterior, a brand new interior and an even lower price. The Spring has improved performance and will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. Read more.
21. 2. 2024 Up to a quarter of jobs in the automotive supply chain in Germany could be lost by the end of the decade. The reason for this is the transition to electromobility. Suppliers will face even greater challenges than carmakers, especially because of the trend towards "in-sourcing". Read more.
21. 2. 2024 Daimler Trucks and the German motorway company Autobahn GmbH have tested the battery-powered eActros 600 in demanding winter operation. The vehicle was tested on the motorway with a trailer for the preventive application of brine on the road surface as an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional road salt. eActros 600 has a range of up to 500 kilometres. Read more.
20. 2. 2024 Volvo Cars is building the Mobility Innovation Destination Torslanda test centre at its headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. The centre will enable testing of advanced technologies such as wireless charging, V2G charging and autonomous driving. It will also be used for testing in conditions close to urban environments. Read more.

The e-mobility ecosystem

Information on all private and public sector entities involved in e-mobility in Slovakia in one place.

DAF
Mercedes
Slovak Technical University Bratislava
҆koda
ELMARK PLUS
MAN Truck & Bus
Volkswagen
PowereX
Bosch
Webasto
Wallbox
IFT
Arval

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Join the e-mobility ecosystem in Slovakia.

IVECO
OMV
Global Payments
Slovensk√° elektrick√° a prenosov√° s√ļstava
Cupra
Coca-Cola HBC ńĆesko a SLovensko
Volvo Trucks
Slovenské elektrárne
U.S. Steel KoŇ°ice
ENAIRGY
EV-GP
Siemens
Volvo
ZF (Zahnradfabrik Friedrichshafen AG)
Onsemi
Citroen
ChargeUp
Mojelektromobil
LeasePlan
Ionity
Voltia
SHELL
Legrand
DPD
Renault Truck
BatteryCheck
Ekoenergetyka
Jeep
Boge Elastmetall
Fuergy
Amazon
DB Schenker
Porsche Werkzeugbau
Fiat
Greenbat
Matador
Business Lease
IKEA
Sféra
Schaeffler
Phoenix Contact
Technical University in KoŇ°ice
Scania
BILLA
ABB
Alfa Romeo
Ford
TotalEnergies
Mubea
Abarth
SEAK
FRANCE-TECH
Audi
Jaguar
Slovalco
SEAT
Ermafa Environmental Technologies
Panasonic
Slovnaft
Motor-Car Bratislava
Magna
Slovensk√° poŇ°ta
Land Rover
Pixii
ZSE Drive
GreenWay
Unitech
Kia
CEMEA
Manz AG
Lidl
DS Automobiles
Schneider Electric
Greenlogy
AgeVolt
Eurowag
Magna Energia
Mercedes‚ÄĎBenz Trucks
Peugeot
Stredoslovensk√° energetika
University of Zilina
ńĆSOB Leasing
InoBat
Ejoin
Diago Vibrodiagnostic
emewatts
3MON
Kaufland
Perun Elektromobility
Nissan

SEVA Business Hubs

SEVA Business Hubs are designed to target the most important topics in the area of e-mobility. The aim is to provide a space for companies and individuals to collaborate in a focused, topic-oriented "business hub".

Together, we want to inform the public administration, the professional public and the media about these topics in even greater detail. We want to organize networking and events, promote mutual information sharing, and build an ecosystem around these topics.

Do you want to partner with one of our hubs or do you have a topic that would be attractive enough to start a new hub? Contact us!.

About SEVA

SEVA represents the majority of private companies in the e-mobility sector in Slovakia.

Together, we work towards a healthy and fair business environment. We submit legislative proposals to ministries and state authorities. We educate the professional and general public. We support domestic innovation and engage in development projects. Read more

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Map of charging stations

Nabijame.sk offers an overview of public charging infrastructure in Slovakia, providing essential information about charging points and their respective operators.

1 200+ Normal-power recharging points (22 kW, AC)
450+ High-power recharging points (50+ kW, DC)
150+ High-power recharging points (150+ kW, DC)
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