Radisson expands EV charging


Radisson Hotel Group has launched its first ultra-fast Electric Charging Hub and expanded its network of 510+ electric car-charging stations across the EMEA region, in partnership with pan-European EV charging solutions provider Allego.

Since the start of the partnership, Radisson Hotel Group has exponentially grown its Green Mobility network of ultra-fast and regular (AC) charging solutions for electric vehicles to over 220 Radisson Hotel Group locations and over 510 chargers across Europe. In India, the Group has partnered with Sunfuel to install EV chargers in its national portfolio of over 100 hotels. 

The first ultra-fast Electric Charging Hub was unveiled today in Frankfurt, Germany as part of the group’s new, revamped automotive value proposition to meet the evolving needs of automotive clients for their events and those of their eco-minded consumers. At the ultra-fast charging point, it takes approximately 20 minutes to charge a car, during which time, customers attend a business meeting at the hotel, or just have a snack at the hotel.

Research shows that nearly two-thirds of consumers are now sustainability-minded drivers. As a result, automakers must focus on what customers demand and integrate sustainable practices in the design and manufacturing of their vehicles, but also put sustainability at the heart of their branding and events marketing strategy. From ground-breaking auto exhibitions to thrilling car launches, from luxurious celebrations to exciting experiences, Radisson Hotel Group properties are powerful partners in sustainable automotive mobility, delivering successful events for some of the world’s largest automotive brands.

Inge Huijbrechts, Global Senior Vice President Sustainability, Security and Corporate Communications at Radisson Hotel Group said: “With consumer demand for Electric Vehicles (EV) expected to grow fourfold by 2025, electric vehicles will become the dominant powertrain in the next decade. At Radisson Hotel Group, we support this shift by providing green mobility solutions at our hotels. Today, we already have more than 510 electric car charging posts at 141 hotels in EMEA, and we set an ambitious target of bringing EV charging solutions to all eligible European properties by 2025.”