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SMATRICS EnBW - Partner in the EnBW HyperNetz

Welcome to Austria's largest nationwide high-power charging network

Charging infrastructure for the mobility of tomorrow

High power charging network - powered by 100% sustainable electricity

SMATRICS EnBW is a joint venture between SMATRICS from Austria and EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG from Germany. The joint venture operates the largest nationwide high-power charging network in Austria. With state-of-the-art HPC charging stations, energy for a range of 100 km can be charged in just 5 minutes. Ultra fast & ultra easy!

The electricity comes entirely from renewable energy sources from our partner VERBUND.


Current developments in the world of Austria's largest nationwide high-power charging network

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Your property as a charging location

Together we are driving the mobility revolution forward

Do you have a plot of land in Austria or northern Italy that is conveniently located in close proximity to main motor ways? Would you like to make an active contribution to the mobility revolution and sustainable forms of mobility?

SMATRICS EnBW is always on the lookout for suitable plots of land to further advance the expansion of the largest nationwide high-power charging network.

Strong partners for the mobility of the future

The SMATRICS EnBW joint venture combines competencies from the areas of energy & e-mobility

Hauke Hinrichs

Hauke Hinrichs


With our high-quality premium offer – best locations with highest charging speeds and excellent service quality – SMATRICS EnBW strives to position itself as the market leader in Austria and beyond.

Thomas Landsbek

Thomas Landsbek


As SMATRICS EnBW, we are consolidating the European EnBW HyperNetz with fast charging points of the highest performance class in Austria. We empower motorists with simple, convenient and fast charging across borders along highways and in urban areas.

EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG

The leading infrastructure partner for e-mobility

  • EnBW is one of the largest energy companies in Germany and Europe with a broad range of energy products.
  • By the end of 2025, more than half of EnBW's portfolio of energy generation will consist of renewable energies, and the aim is to phase out coal by the end of 2028. These are key milestones on the company's path to climate neutrality in 2035.
  • As a market leader in fast & ultra-fast charging (CPO) and as a leading e-mobility provider (EMP), the e-mobility sector is one of the cornerstones of EnBW's growth strategy.
  • EnBW operates the largest fast charging network in Germany and is expanding it at a rapid pace. At the same time, with the EnBW HyperNetz, it offers its customers access to over 400,000 charging points in Europe, also from numerous other operators, at uniform prices per kilowatt hour everywhere.


The technological engine room of e-mobility

  • SMATRICS is one of the leading international e-mobility service providers for infrastructure, services & IT and at the same time full service provider for the joint venture SMATRICS EnBW.
  • As operator of the first nationwide high-power charging network in Austria, SMATRICS has gained invaluable experience that is now being passed on to corporate customers in form of 360° solution services.
  • The SMATRICS portfolio includes all areas of e-mobile value creation: from planning, construction & operation of charging infrastructure, customer & field services, to e-mobility software solutions & system integrations.

Charging network map & FAQ for customers

More information from our e-mobility provider SMATRICS.

Customer Service

Do you have any questions?

We are glad to be there for you!

If you were not able to find an answer to your question in our FAQ, the SMATRICS service team will be happy to help you:

  • by e-mail to (please note: if there is an increased volume of e-mails, it may take up to 3 working days to process your e-mail)

  • by phone via +43 5 031 351 855 (Monday to Thursday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm)