Swobbee builds first battery exchange station in Poland

Swobbee builds first battery exchange station in Poland

Berlin-based green tech startup Swobbee is expanding to Poland: in collaboration with Tier Mobility, Swobbee has set up its first battery swap stations in Warsaw. The swap batteries will primarily be used to power Tier's vehicles.

The four stations are located in the Mokotów district of Warsaw at 365 Wilanowska Avenue - in front of a pet shop. They can charge and store a total of 120 exchange batteries at the same time. According to Swobbee, the stations enable "the effective use of animal exchange batteries and optimise charging logistics in the surrounding area of operation, which will soon be extended to Konstancin".

Swobbee and Tier Mobility had already implemented some projects together in Germany, and now the step abroad follows. "Swobbee's innovative battery exchange station is another step towards building a decentralized charging station network in Poland," says Mathieu Deloly, Managing Director of Tier in Central and Eastern Europe. "The exchangeable batteries of our e-scooters allow us to operate our fleet more efficiently and sustainably, and to offer 'green' services to cities and their residents."

Swobbee sees the Warsaw stations as an important building block in its internationalization strategy. "Swobbee is the ideal solution for operating e-scooter fleets more efficiently and sustainably," says Tobias Breyer, Head of Marketing and co-founder of Swobbee. "We are very pleased to now continue our collaboration with Tier as a leading micromobility provider in Poland and together offer city and environmentally friendly mobility services in Warsaw."