What we do

We address your needs
We generate real added value for your enterprise and your customers by applying innovative tailor-made solutions, customised to specific operating regimes and exploitation conditions.
We deliver turn-key solutions
Our product portfolio includes entire eMobility eco-system ranging from electric vehicles to the corresponding charging infrastructure. These are coupled with a number of soft skillsets which include consulting, vehicle intelligent monitoring, fleet size optimisation and others.
We reduce your business's carbon footprint
We dramatically reduce your carbon footprint through application of latest technological solutions based on electric powered drivetrains, which have a remarkably lower impact on environment compared to standard ICE drivetrains.
We maintain your e-fleet
We provide expert technical support to our CEE clients through authorised service network which includes both our own and partner service facilities. We can overhaul and replenish your e-fleet in a timely fashion, regardless of its size, make or age.

Wawa - your green solutions provider

More than 15 years’ experience in implementing eMobility solutions across industries and multiple applications is accumulated in Wawa Group member companies. Together, we have successfully deployed more than 2000 vehicles different in type, purpose and make, together with supportive infrastructure and related systems. We are the largest eMobility solution provider in the Adriatic region. Our offering includes all project delivery phases, from business demand analysis and technical solution design to solution delivery, maintenance and after-sales support. We are proud to be recognized as a trusted partner and supplier of choice to all our clients regardless of their size, ownership or business sector they operate in.

Why eMobility?

Electric vehicles in global 21st century economy are no longer a pioneering undertaking but rather a reality. Many studies, directives and trends support such a claim. According to the International Council on Clean Transportation for instance, in late 2015 there was roughly 1 million registered electric vehicles worldwide. By as soon as late 2017 the number is expected to double. Indeed, in addition to the sheer number of registered vehicles, another important figure clearly depicting the global mobility trends is the share in the total number of vehicles registered. These range from a few percentages in countries like France or Switzerland to as much as one third of the nationwide fleet size in Norway. Will such trends continue? Can it be expected that electric vehicles will penetrate both our private and professional lives even more? Indeed, it can! And reasons for this are numerous.
From the technological point of view, if compared to conventional internal combustion engines, electric vehicles are more powerful and easier to use and maintain. In simple words, electric motors generate movement instead of heat, and they do this with zero contact between the motor and a vehicle driveshaft. Unlike them, internal combustion engine-powered vehicles generate heat accompanied by considerable thermal losses. The simple operating concept of electric vehicles with relatively small losses and advanced control mechanisms results in better energy efficiency. The ability of electric motors to act as generators and feed themselves makes it very simple to implement regenerative braking, which converts forward momentum into a much-needed battery charging. This, coupled with advanced Battery Management Systems (BMS) designed to maximise energy outputs makes the electric vehicle energy efficiency much higher than the efficiency of conventional vehicles. As a result, electric vehicles come with lower operating and – given their relatively simple design and operating principle – maintenance costs. Finally, electric vehicles are smarter. In the era of technological paradigms such as Internet of Things, Smart Grids and others, the ability of both the vehicle and its control systems to be integrated in complex technological solutions and/or self-sustained energy sources is paramount.