“Q8 would like to evolve into a ‘mobility player’, a hub offering a broad range of mobility solutions – from petrol or diesel, to power for electric cars and CNG or hydrogen. Consequently, e-mobility is one of Q8’s strategic axes for the near future. As the sales of electric cars will keep increasing exponentially in the next few years, we have committed ourselves to fully invest in the electro-mobility market through investments, partnerships and acquisitions to provide the best future-proof service and convenience to our customer. We are very happy that through this partnership with Ionity, we can offer ultra fast charging in the time it takes our customers to enjoy a coffee,” says Fadel Al Faraj, Managing Director at Q8.
"In order for the Belgian fleet of vehicles to switch over to more rapidly to more environmentally-friendly models, it is absolutely vital to ensure that charging points are made more readily available," says Carlo Di Antonio, Walloon Minister for the Environment, Spatial Planning, Mobility and Transport and Animal Welfare. "The better our network is equipped with high-performance charging terminals, the less distance and charging time will pose an issue for drivers when choosing and purchasing a new vehicle."