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´s 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

19. 6. 2024 Morocco is becoming an important hub for the production of electric vehicles and batteries. A tariff-free relationship with the EU allows carmakers such as Stellantis and Renault to export their production at a lower cost. Asian companies such as LG Energy and Gotion are also investing in battery gigafactories there. The combination of strategic location, affordable labour and renewable energy makes Morocco an attractive location for new investment. Read more at apnews.com 🇬🇧
19. 6. 2024 Germany has become the European hub for electric vehicle production. In 2023, 1.27 million electric cars rolled off German assembly lines, 955,000 of which were pure electric. Production is expected to increase further this year. Read more at vda.de 🇬🇧
19. 6. 2024 Fully charged battery in ten minutes: Chinese manufacturers BYD and CATL want to launch a new battery this year that can charge at six times their capacity (6C). An 80 kWh battery, for example, charges an average of 480 kW from 10 to 80%. Read more at electroauto-news.net 🇩🇪
18. 6. 2024 CO2 emissions from new cars and vans in Europe are falling thanks to rising sales of electric vehicles. Average CO2 emissions from new cars registered in 2023 fell by 1.4% compared to 2022, while emissions from new vans fell by 1.6%. The market share of electric vehicles is steadily increasing. eea.europa.eu 🇬🇧
18. 6. 2024 Symbolic effect for the industry: the automotive companies Daimler Truck and Scania presented their depot electrification services on the same day. Daimler Truck launched the TruckCharge brand to promote e-infrastructure and charging of electric trucks in Europe. Scania founded the company to provide charging solutions to support sustainable transport.
17. 6. 2024 Reuters brought estimates of which European carmakers would be affected and to what extent by possible Chinese countermeasures on import tariffs. German brands such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Volkswagen, which make a significant proportion of their sales in China, are most at risk. Porsche and Volvo are also expected to be negatively affected by Chinese tariffs, while Renault and Stellantis are less at risk. Read more at reuters.com 🇬🇧
17. 6. 2024 Chinese company Leapmotor has started production of electric vehicles at the Polish Stellantis plant in Tychy. According to analysts at Jefferies, the first units of the T03 have already left the assembly line, with mass production planned for September. The collaboration also includes a plan to produce the A12 SUV from early 2025. Details at reuters.com 🇬🇧
17. 6. 2024 Milence has opened one of the largest public charging centres for electric heavy commercial vehicles in the Belgian port of Antwerp-Bruges. Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President of the Commission, attended the opening. The centre offers 20 charging points with a capacity of up to 400 kW and is part of the drive for green corridors in Europe. milence.com 🇬🇧
17. 6. 2024 Norway will not follow the European Union's decision to impose higher tariffs on Chinese electric cars. Finance Minister Trygve Slagsvold Vedum said that the imposition of tariffs on Chinese cars is neither relevant nor desirable for the government. Read more here carnewschina.com 🇬🇧
17. 6. 2024 The joint venture between BMW and Great Wall in China did not provide enough information during the European Union investigation, which should have resulted in Mini Cooper vehicles being taxed at the highest ever rate of 38.1%. However, the Mini Cooper and Aceman models are also due to be built at the European plant in Oxford from 2026. Read more at autonews.com 🇬🇧

The e-mobility ecosystem

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

DS Automobiles
Onsemi
Business Lease
Pixii
OMV
GreenWay
Schneider Electric
AgeVolt
Eurowag
ELMARK PLUS
Manz AG
Stredoslovenská energetika
Fuergy

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Slovenská elektrická a prenosová sústava
Perun Elektromobility
Jaguar Land Rover Slovakia
Global Payments
DPD
Motor-Car Bratislava
DAF
Volkswagen Slovakia
Bosch
MAN Truck & Bus
Slovnaft
Lidl
Audi
ENAIRGY
ČSOB Leasing
Peugeot
Citroen
Sféra
Diago Vibrodiagnostic
Schaeffler
Mercedes
BatteryCheck
Arval
SHELL
Kia Automotive Plant
Ford
Slovak Technical University Bratislava
DEKRA Slovensko
Unitech
PowereX
Slovenská pošta
Ionity
SEAT
No Limit Logistika
Greenbat
Legrand
IVECO
Amazon
3MON
CEMEA
Cupra
Magna
DB Schenker
ZF (Zahnradfabrik Friedrichshafen AG)
Greenlogy
Stellantis Trnava
Panasonic
Land Rover
TotalEnergies
SEAK
Kaufland
Voltia
Ejoin
LeasePlan
Renault Truck
Škoda
EV-GP
BILLA
Kia
Fiat
emewatts
Coca-Cola HBC Česko a SLovensko
Slovenské elektrárne
ZSE Drive
Mojelektromobil
Jeep
Porsche Werkzeugbau
Siemens
Boge Elastmetall
Mercedes‑Benz Trucks
Alfa Romeo
VISA
Ekoenergetyka
Slovak Parcel Service
Slovalco
IKEA
Scania
GIB EnergyX Slovakia
FRANCE-TECH
Webasto
U.S. Steel Košice
Abarth
Mubea
Volvo
Volkswagen
ABB
Wallbox
Matador
Volvo Trucks
University of Zilina
Technical University in Košice
InoBat
Jaguar
Nissan
Nexten Slovakia
Phoenix Contact
Magna Energia
ChargeUp
Last Mile Solutions
IFT

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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