Yoshiki Yamamoto, General Manager Sumitomo Corp (centre), Ievhen Lytvynenko, Business Development Manager Sumitomo Corp (right) following the conversation with Oleh Martychenko, R&S Quantum CEO and Svitlana Shchehel, our exceptional Kyiv-based business development expert (left)

R&S Quantum visit Sumitomo Corporation of Japan at their Kyiv branch

R&S Quantum had a great pleasure to visit Sumitomo Corporation of Japan at their Kyiv branch. Our CEO Oleh Martychenko shared market insights and answered General Manager Yoshiki Yamamoto’s questions about future trends in electric vehicle infrastructure development in Ukraine and Canada. Sumitomo Corporation is a diversified corporation and a member company of the Sumitomo[…]

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Electric vehicle adoption spurred by focusing on user experience. Plus EV infrastructure investments

A study cited by Partners in Project Green, an initiative of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, concluded there was a higher impact on EV adoption from EV infrastructure investments than vehicle purchase incentives and mathematical modelling has also predicted that installing charging stations is the more cost-effective incentive. Reducing friction[…]

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Canada and her own 2018 EV charger trends

This overview is a collection of stats and opinions from various publicly available online sources From the “Global Electric Vehicle Charger market – (2015-2022)”: By 2020, the AC electric vehicle charger market is expected to reach 17.56 million units, growing at a CAGR of 28.69% while the DC EV charger market is predicted to reach 2.13 million[…]

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Our CEO to attend 4th Eastern Partnership Business Forum in Tallinn, Estonia

Oleh Martychenko, CEO at R&S Quantum, is to attend the 4th Eastern Partnership Business Forum that will take place in Tallinn, Estonia between 26th and 27th October 2017. This networking opportunity aims to promote cross-border economic relations, transparency and new business cooperation between the EU and EaP countries. Mr Martychenko is particularly interested in the following two discussions: Financing[…]

EV charging trends in Ukraine

With 500 terminals, Autoenterprise reportedly runs the largest EV charging network in the Eastern European country. The charger map is apparently available on their site after registration. With offices in London and Kyiv, VLS Energy recently launched a Spanish 22 kW DC charging station for electric vehicles in the vicinity of the Kyiv-Zhulyany international airport. In the past two[…]

R&S Quantum is an IEVIIG member now

R&S Quantum joins International EV Industry Infrastructure Group

Ukraine-based smart and fast EV charger company, R&S Quantum, joins the International EV Industry Infrastructure Group (IEVIIG) to solidify the commercial potential of an industry-based collaboration. IEVIIG currently counts 65 members (36 companies and 29 individuals) from 13 nations (UK, US, India, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Australia, Ireland, Colombia, Thailand, Israel, Netherlands, Ukraine) Special thanks goes to the[…]

R&S Quantum listed among solution providers for EBRD-funded Climate Innovation Vouchers Program

R&S Quantum is now featured among solution providers for the beneficiaries of the €1 million Climate Innovation Vouchers Program funded by the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development. The funding will be provided in the framework of the Finance and Technology Transfer Centre for Climate Change (FINTECC), the main technology transfer programme of the EBRD in[…]

Around Ukraine, both state enterprises and city councils invest in EVs and charger network

In the next year and a half, the Ukrainian Postal Service or Ukrposhta, the national state enterprise of Ukraine, plans to purchase 200-250 electric vehicles (EVs). Ukrposhta operates 12,000 post offices, 9,000 of which are in the rural areas. Total Ukrposhta vehicles mileage is some 72 million kms. The pilot locations for this EV project will be Ukraine’s larger urban areas:[…]