NEXUS and Green Energy announce partnership

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NEXUS Automotive International and Green Energy join forces to accelerate sustainable solutions in the automotive aftermarket

Denmark, 11th June, 2024: NEXUS Automotive International, the leading global automotive aftermarket community, and Green Energy, the company behind the innovative solar solution for transportation, announce an important partnership to accelerate decarbonisation in the automotive and heavy-duty aftermarket industry

This partnership is based on Green Energy’s and NEXUS’ common commitment to leading the way towards a more sustainable industry. United by a shared vision and by combining Green Energy’s expertise in solar solutions for transportation with NEXUS’ global footprint and network, the partnership – effective since 20 April 2024 – will promote a sustainable solution that effectively reduces CO2 emissions and operational costs. 

NEXUS emerged as a pioneer in addressing sustainability issues by 2018. Launched in Montreal in 2023, the NEXUS Climate Day aims to bring together the N! community representing the whole supply chain comprising more than 100 people from 50 committed companies (global suppliers, leading regional distributors, associations, rating agencies & experts) around a common cause: sustainability. 
 

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Green Energy during NEXUS Climate Day in Montreal, March 2024

As a partner and supplier, Green Energy plays an important role in this pioneering initiative. Renowned for their expertise in solar solutions for the transportation sector, Green Energy’s solar solutions guarantees significant fuel savings, reduced CO2 emissions, improved passenger comfort and minimised wear and tear on generators and batteries. 

“Our partnership with NEXUS marks an important next step in Green Energy’s journey to accelerate our mission and make a lasting impact,” says Martin Thaysen, CEO of Green Energy. “We look forward to joining forces with the leading global automotive aftermarket community, which gives us a unique opportunity to expand our reach through NEXUS” global network.”  

NEXUS also welcomes this partnership and sees it as an opportunity to continue being a catalyst for change in the industry. “Through our partnership, we can continue to accelerate concrete to create a more sustainable mobility,” says Gaël Escribe NEXUS Automotive International CEO. “We are proud to welcome Green Energy as a key innovation supplier in our portfolio and look forward to pushing the boundaries of a sustainable automotive aftermarket.”

About NEXUS Automotive International

Established in 2014 by CEO Gaël Escribe, NEXUS Automotive International, the automotive aftermarket (AA) company, is shaping the future of the AA.

Thanks to an entrepreneurial, innovative and agile mindset, N! disrupts the industry bringing innovative solutions for a more sustainable, digital and connected mobility. At the same time, it supports its community of more than 457 members in 137 countries, allied with 76 global suppliers, by providing services to accelerate their growth.

N! is offering new approaches and new ideas for a connected, global and consolidated world of tomorrow to accelerate the success of car and heavy-duty spare parts and services distributors and manufacturers, through 16 regional structures that connect them.

NEXUS’ consolidated turnover was more than 42 billion euros in 2023.

About Green Energy 

Green Energy was founded in 2017 with a clear purpose: to reduce the use of fossil fuels and promote green mobility by utilizing renewable energy. From the start, the company had a vision to reduce CO2 emissions by 50 million tons by 2050 and has since committed to encouraging a more cost-effective and sustainable transport sector.  Green Energy has developed a solar energy solution specifically tailored for life on the road to achieve these goals. It includes the latest CIGS solar panels and a charge controller with an IoT solution that enables monitoring and reporting of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions through a mobile application. This solution ensures significant fuel savings, reduced CO2 emissions, increased comfort and efficiency, and less wear and tear on the generator and battery, turning sustainability into profitability. 

For further information, please contact: 

 Martin Thaysen, CEO, Green Energy, martin.thaysen@ge-scan.com  

Julie Fontaine, Corporate Communication Manager, + 33 6 26 73 39 03, julie.fontaine@nexusautomotive.eu

 

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