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eMobility software startup eMabler raises 630 000€ in funding
Juha Stenberg01/06/21 09:154 min read

eMobility software startup eMabler raises 630 000€ in funding

eMabler funding round 2021-1

Finnish API platform company eMabler gets backing from Sofokus Ventures and Nidoco AB to simplify and streamline fragmented electric vehicle charging ecosystems. 


HELSINKI, Finland (June 1st, 2021) Helsinki-based eMobility API-first electric vehicle charging platform eMabler has raised €630,000 in funding led by Sofokus Ventures, Nidoco AB, several angel investors, and funding from Business Finland. The company will use the funding to continue developing and commercializing its software, and further drive growth in the Nordics and rest of Europe. 

Software startup eMabler has developed a SaaS API-first platform that makes it fast and simple for energy companies, EV operators, infrastructure service providers and charge point manufacturers to integrate electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure into their other business systems such as mobile applications, existing customer base platforms, and payment solutions. For the drivers of EVs, a smoother user experience is created via the ability to seamlessly use EV charging stations from different operators with just one mobile app and get billed in just one place. 

“Electric vehicle charging needs to be as convenient and reliable for the consumer as filling up the tank with fuel. Our primary goal is to help our customers improve the user experience of charging, accelerating the electrification of transportation,” says Juha Stenberg, CEO and Co-Founder at eMabler. 

Electrification of transportation impacts positively on the climate as fossil fuel consumption and CO2 emissions decrease. Founded in 2019, eMabler’s notable customers include the Finnish infrastructure service company Destia and the Norwegian EV charging company Movel. 

“Movel provides smart and cost-efficient electric vehicle charging services in Norway for housing communities and businesses. Our business model is transparent and customer-friendly. We are excited about the cooperation with eMabler as it allows us to scale our business and introduce new value-adding services to our customers and operate multi-vendor hardware in the fast-growing electric vehicle charging market,” says Per Thorbjørn Magnor, CEO and Co-Founder at Movel. 

Currently, Norway is the global leader in the number of electric vehicles on the roads. According to  the Norwegian Road Federation (OFV), more than 70 percent of the new cars sold in the country in 2020 were battery electric vehicles. In March 2021, the share was 84.9 percent. 

Complex charging environments pose challenges for EV drivers. For example, software startup eMabler’s native Finland has more than 10 different EV charging applications and new ones are constantly released. With eMabler, it is possible to pay for EV charging with existing payment applications or through other services. All charging applications don’t require registration. Convenient payment benefits both eMobility operators as well as EV drivers.

“The electrification of transport requires an actor that can unify the entire ecosystem and create new possibilities through API economy models. We have many values and ideas in common with the eMabler team. We want to help advance the company’s story through both the investment and especially our expertise on developing digital business,” says Turo Numminen, Partner at Sofokus Ventures. 

The possibility to charge electric vehicles at home is highly important for increasing the number of electric vehicles. Energy management will be a key part of the service. Energy companies are naturally positioned to meet the demand, but new competitors are also entering the market. 

eMabler also utilizes AI to interpret operator data, helping eMabler's customers to scale their business profitably, provide better service to end-users, improve their competitiveness in the eMobility sector, and build new revenue streams by combining charging services with other services. 

“Destia offers EV charging services for companies and professional transport. With eMabler, we can enhance the maintenance of the charging equipment we operate, improving their utilization rate. Our customers receive high-quality service through the life cycle of the charging network,” says Marcus Suvanto, Head of EV Charging Solutions at Destia. 

eMabler's growth and internationalization is supported by an experienced board consisting of energy industry expert Pekka Manninen, startup investor Torsti Tenhunen, and Kai Keituri who is experienced in the facility and commercial building asset management. 

For additional information please contact: 

Juha Stenberg 

CEO, Co-Founder 

+358 400 575579 


Software startup based in Helsinki, Finland. We believe that eMobility is the way forward, having worked in the industry for over a decade and we see a great boom in eMobility. We’ve also seen many platform providers develop closed ecosystems and realized that there’s a need for a more flexible solution that focuses on end-user experience.

That’s why we decided to build an open platform that lets you integrate your EV charging data into any existing systems, please contact us. 


Destia is the biggest infrastructure service company in Finland. Destia’s services cover the entire infrastructure life cycle from design to construction and maintenance. The company creates urban construction innovations and smart infrastructure solutions that facilitate the movement of people, goods, services and energy as part of northern life. Destia builds tomorrow’s infrastructure with the unique sense of infrastructure of our 1,700 professionals. Destia’s revenue amounted to approximately MEUR 565 in 2020. Destia is a private company owned by Ahlström Capital Oy. 


Movel offers intelligent and cost-efficient EV charging services for housing communities and businesses in need of several charge points with smart load management, billing and personalized service. Movel frees housing community management from additional work and makes charging seamless. 

Sofokus Ventures 

Sofokus Ventures specializes in early-stage investments. Sofokus Group is one of Finland’s oldest digital business experts. Our operations are based on the development of digital business and an entrepreneurial attitude. We provide design, implementation and financial services to ambitious organizations. 


Juha Stenberg

Juha, CEO and Co-founder at eMabler, has +20 years of experience in eMobility, energy management, digital home and consumer services, of which +10 years as CEO in VC-funded start-ups in B2B, B2C and B2B2C. Juha started his eMobility career at Fortum Charge & Drive, and then he worked as an eMobility consultant when Virta was founded. Before eMabler, he led Ensto’s charge point business. Juha’s key thesis in eMobility is “it is about user experience and energy management.