Wattif Solutions was founded in 2020 by Kåre Nystad and Morten Rørvik and is located in Høyanger, in Norway. Together with their co-founders Robert Svendsen and Bjørn-Erik Dale they built on their original idea and founded Wattif EV. They are supported by an experienced and ambitious leadership and advisory team, with an international track record in rapid scaling and start-ups.

The business is already established in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, the Nordics and the Netherlands.

Robert Svendsen

Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder

Morten Rørvik


Our vision

Wattif EV wants to accelerate the electrification of the global car park by providing hassle-free access to charging infrastructure, everywhere.

Wattif recognises the predicted exponential increase in demand for, and a shortage of, EV charging points across the globe and provides a solution with multiple finance, operational, maintenance and profitability options.

From businesses to local authorities and land owners, Wattif EV has an EV charging solution to suit all your needs.

Wattif EV is an end-to-end provider and a key enabler in the global shift to EV mobility. It is a Norwegian-founded company with a global market arena. Being Nordic, it has the insight and experience of a trailblazing country, ahead of the curve, where 90% of new car sales is electric.

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How it all began

Kåre Nystad, one of Wattif’s founders, was on a long road trip and realised he didn’t have enough charge to get home. He was out in the countryside in Norway, with no service stations or fast charging points nearby. It wasn’t that there was a lack of charging points, as Norway has embraced EVs as part of its culture for many years now, but there were no public charging points. This was when he came up with the idea.

What if he could use a domestic charging point and pay the owner for the power he uses?

What if he could have access to software that would know how much he draws down and he could pay the owner a little profit for the privilege?

What if there were a wider range and geographical spread of charging options, which are cheaper than the traditional fast charging points?

What if you could change the idea from parking at a charging point – to charging at a parking point?

What if… became Wattif EV.