Reka Cables Ltd has received a strategically significant, renewable energy related cable order from Denmark for the construction of charging infrastructure for electric cars. The value of the order is approximately EUR 0.6 million and deliveries are scheduled for the first half of this year. In addition, the agreement includes an option to double the order quantity this year.
The Danish government aims to have 775,000 electric and hybrid cars on Danish roads by 2030. At the end of 2021, there were about 66,600 registered electric cars in Denmark, which is only a fraction of the country’s total car fleet of about 2.79 million.
The share of hybrid and electric vehicles is increasing rapidly, which, together with strengthening environmental values, accelerates the construction of charging infrastructure.
Reka Cables offers low- and medium-voltage underground cables and halogen-free installation cables with excellent installation qualities, making it easy to arrange power supply for charging points and stations. All Reka cables are made of high-quality materials and are extremely durable. The quality of Reka products plays an important role in the operational reliability, safety and longevity of the charging stations.
Reka Cables also continues to reduce emissions of its own operations – the company has drawn up a plan to switch to electric vehicles.