Mobility Portal, Spain
Date: September 20, 2023
Inés Platini
By Inés Platini

Business leaders from Europe choose Zunder’s founder as the CEO of the Year

European CEO publication has recognized Daniel Pérez, CEO and founder of Zunder, the leading operator of ultra-fast electric vehicle charging, as the Best CEO in the Electric Vehicle Industry in 2023.
Daniel Pérez, founder and CEO of Zunder.
Daniel Pérez, founder and CEO of Zunder.

Daniel Pérez, the founder and CEO of Zunder, the leading operator of ultra-fast EV charging, has been honored as the CEO of the Year 2023 in the “Electric Vehicle Industry” category by European CEO of the Year.

“It is an honor to receive this prestigious recognition as the European CEO of the Year in the Electric Vehicle Industry. This achievement would not have been possible without the effort and dedication of our team, as well as the trust and support of our customers and partners,” says Pérez.

We will continue to advance in our mission to lead the electric mobility revolution and contribute to a more sustainable world,” he concludes.

These awards are an international recognition of exceptional business leaders throughout Europe.  

This accolade, promoted by the European CEO publication, annually distinguishes the  best leaders in various sectors, such as technology, energy, finance, and insurance, among others.  

The awardees are selected based on votes from other CEOs and executives of prominent  companies worldwide, who assess criteria such as leadership ability and management model, as well as, the impact of management on the company’s strategy, differentiation from competitors, customer service, and product sophistication.  

More About Zunder

Zunder was founded in 2017 by Daniel Pérez and Lorenzo Antolín in Palencia, Spain.

The company is recognized as the highest-rated independent ultra-fast charging infrastructure operator in its sector by users.

In 2023, the firm operates more than 235 charging points.

Among its international expansion plans, it has already scheduled the opening of its first ultra-fast charging station in France, followed by Portugal and Italy.

By 2025, thanks to over €300 million in investments, they expect to operate more than 4,000 charging points and manage 40,000 through their platform. 

Zunder’s charging point.
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