Ecotap Solar-Powered Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles
Ecotap develops charging stations for electric cars, bicycles, scooters and mobility scooters.
Our charging stations offer maximum ease of use and are resistant to vandalism as durable, integrated components provide the best possible long-term service to both the user and the station owner.
We have an extensive track record within the mobility sector and our developments aim to improve living conditions and the environment.
Charging solutions for road vehicles
The Ecotap solar-powered charging station for electrically charging bicycles, scooters and mobility scooters are recognisable, cost-efficient and self-sufficient.
Thanks to on-site installation, people who use electric transportation receive high-quality service as they can often resume their journey after 15 minutes.
We offer charging solutions for residential properties and commercial areas.
Efficient, environmentally friendly chargers
Featuring a minimal, green design, Ecotap chargers avoid any unnecessary burdens on the environment. They are extremely efficient and provide clean mobility by bicycle, scooter, mobility scooter and/or car. The station communicates with the vehicle and can tailor the appropriate maximum charge.
We offer Z, SL and WL models for bicycles; scooters and mobility scooters; and SLA_K, homebox and flex homebox variants for cars. They can also be finished in the client’s own style and/or colour.
Product design is not only aesthetic, but also enables efficiency during assembly, storage and transport. Due to its vandalism resistance, maintenance and replacement costs are minimal and we offer a one-year warranty.
Ecotap’s charging stations are assembled in Boxtel, Netherlands, with several major suppliers located in the immediate vicinity.
Our portfolio primarily consists of products developed in the Netherlands and our own intelligent operating system. The components used are tested based on their origin, functionality and durability.
Ecotap applies the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) guidelines as a basis for its purchasing, operations and supply chain management.
Ecotap originally started out as an initiative by three passionate entrepreneurs, including general manager Kees van Bergen.
The company was founded in 2011 with the aim of developing charging stations for electric cars, bicycles, scooters and mobility scooters.