EasyCharger is renamed Zunder and aims to become the benchmark for ultra-fast public charging for electric vehicles in southern Europe with an investment plan of 300 million euros until 2025.
Zunder has in its plans for 2025 to deploy more than 4,000 charging points, the opening of more than 500 urban and interurban stations and the consolidation of more than 20,000 chargers in its management platform.
Zunder has an investment plan of 300 million euros to expand in the Spanish market and deploy its ultra-fast charging network in countries such as France, Portugal and Italy.
With the White Summit Capital investment fund as a shareholder since 2021, the company has multiplied its human team by three, becoming completely professional, in order to be able to face the future investment plan with total security and continue to demonstrate its growth capacity.
During the last year, the company has incorporated new leading talent in the sector, including David Huete (former CEO of Wenea) directing the business development area, Adrián Pérez as director of strategy and Mónica Gómez-Acebo as financial director, who together with Rubén Cebrián (CTO) and Roberto Vaquero (COO) complete the Zunder management team.
In recent months, the company has received the interest of different investors, which has led it to make the decision to hire Mediobanca as Financial Advisor to help them choose the best alternatives to support their expansion plan.
“Our new brand is a reflection of a firm commitment to a consolidated and strengthened evolution of our business. At Zunder, we want to be the benchmark for electric mobility in southern Europe, being the company that offers both a management platform and charging points, connecting businesses and people through electric mobility,” said Daniel Pérez, CEO of Zunder.