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Mer Norway partners up with Volvo Cars and Polestar

Mer Norway, Volvo Cars and Polestar partners up to make the EV life easier!

Mer Norway, Volvo Cars and Polestar partners up to make everyday life as an EV driver even easier! The agreement with Volvo Cars secures Volvo customers an exclusive offer for Smart Home chargers, as well as an exclusive discount in Mer’s nationwide charging network. For Polestars customers, the agreement entails the same exclusive disount in Mer’s charging network.

– We want EV life to be easy and hassle-free, whether you are at home or along the road. With the exclusive offer to Volvo’s customers, we are now entering the private market as well, which we think is very exciting and we look forward to create the best customer experiences for Volvo customers – together with Volvo Cars, says Ole Henrik Hannisdahl, Managing Director of Mer Norway.

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– Volvo Cars’ goal is to change the fragmented charging landscape into a charging experience that is easy for the customer. We will achieve this by facilitating an integrated charging platform and easy access to the largest charging networks, says Erik Trosby, PR and communications manager at Volvo Car Norway AS.

Sustainability and clean energy

– For us, it is not enough to have an electric car that is environmentally friendly, we are also working on how we can produce our first completely climate-neutral car – from production until it is on the road. Going to the seams of production and the product in this way, means that we are naturally also observant of the energy used to charge our cars. That is why we are extra proud to enter into a benefit agreement with Mer, which delivers 100% renewable energy, says Alexander Hørthe, General Manager of Polestar Norway about the agreement.

– The collaboration with both Volvo Cars and Polestar ensures customers access to an extensive charging network with an exclusive discount. We look forward to working with them both, as we share many of the same values and visions for the future, says Hannisdahl.