ENIO | Updates

By Friedrich Vogel

Final Stage of the ENIO Campaign


Dear Companists,

Thanks to you, ENIO has already reached 190 % of the investment threshold, and we would now like to provide you with the latest news right before the end of our crowdfunding campaign. We want to reach at least 200 % of our investment threshold, and I think there are numerous reasons to support us in reaching our goals.


What have we achieved?

Since we launched our equity crowdfunding campaign, we have increased the number of charging stations we control to over 2,500 (i.e., by approx. 66 %) within only a few months. Moreover, we have completed a very large project for one of our principal clients, thus already making a major step toward this year's revenue target.

Operating performance, including revenues, was higher than in the same quarter last year and exceeded our target by 30.5 %. EBIT amounted to approximately €15,000 and were thus significantly higher than the projected -€64,458.

In addition, we have made payment at charging stations much easier by starting a partnership with payment processing company Wirecard. Clients wishing to use the online network and to pay through our app first have to add funds to their account using the ENIO smartphone app. They pay for this transaction using their MasterCard, Maestro, or Visa on the seamlessly integrated Wirecard checkout page. The sensitive card data are encrypted and protected through intelligent risk management tools. Clients pay at the charging stations by entering their PIN. Consequently, they may pay at the charging stations even if they have not previously registered with the station operator. In this way, we are making the use of charging stations more convenient because people will no longer be required to carry countless payment cards for different charging stations with them.

The first BMW and Nissan dealerships have started installing ENIO charging stations, and additional ENIO charging stations have been installed in municipalities such as the Austrian city of Baden.

Therefore, we have realized the plans of our campaign's first investment level, that is, "further development of our youCharge software platform and gradual establishment of the cooperative charging system."

Our Companisto campaign has also led to numerous press articles.


Future Outlook

An important project in the electric fleet segment with a total volume of €6 million, in which ENIO has a share of €600,000 and is responsible for the development and implementation of electric charging infrastructure, started on 1 May. While we cannot provide you with any more information on this before the official press release, we will soon inform you of the details. Moreover, we have agreed with Italian charging station manufacturer Alfazero on another partnership in the charging station segment. We have already completed a first project consisting of 25 locations for an Italian energy supplier in Italy in collaboration with Alfazero, thus further expanding our business geographically. In that case, we also have to wait for the official press release to be published before we can tell you more.

Finally, we expect a boost for electric mobility in Germany because of new government grants providing a total of €1.8 billion for vehicles and infrastructure. 


We would like to thank you for your confidence in ENIO and look forward to the final stage of our campaign with you!


Best regards,

The ENIO team



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