Danish EV charging operator set for Middle East entry: "A very difficult market"

Monta is ready to set up shop in the Middle East and hopes to capture a share of the market with the help of British partner.

Montas adm. direktør, Casper Rasmussen. | Photo: PR Monta

Danish charging start-up Monta, which began operations in Denmark just ten months ago with a platform solution for charging electric vehicles, is poised to break into Middle Eastern market, says CEO Casper Rasmussen to EnergyWatch’s sister media MobilityWatch.

”There is a huge potential. A lot of people live there, and the green energy transition is underway with a whole wealth of opportunities for electrifying everything within the next couple of years. So, naturally, we find that incredibly exciting,” says Rasmussen.

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