Tonik Energy selects Fortum’s cloud-based EV network management system in the UK

Tonik Energy has selected Fortum’s cloud-based EV network management system, CDMC (Charge Drive Management Cloud), to strengthen operations of their EV charging network in the UK.

Tonik Energy provides professional end-to-end electrification services for domestic and commercial businesses. Tonik handles everything from service design and specifications, to installation and on-going management of the EV charging infrastructure in the UK market.

“At Tonik Energy, we see electric vehicles and charging services as a big strategic growth area that has been prioritised within our business. We work to serve domestic consumers, fleets, and commercial companies, as well as public charging providers with bespoke charging solutions. A management cloud is therefore a strategic tool for our business,” comments Louise McCormack, Head of Products at Tonik Energy.

“We chose to work with Fortum for their reputation, reliability, and for their long experience in the charging business. Above all we selected Fortum for their intuitive and user-friendly management cloud, complete with their white-labeled mobile application for our consumers. In addition to the reliability we demand from all our business software, Fortum’s system allows intra-roaming within the networks also using the Fortum system in the UK and Ireland. This immediately extended our network presence, increasing its usability and findability for those who matter most: the end-users,” McCormack continues.

“Our mission is to make car charging easy, and we are thrilled to be working with the dedicated and committed team who share our mission at Tonik Energy,” says Maadh AL-sammarraie from Fortum Charge & Drive. “Tonik has excellent market presence and a decade of experience in the charging business. We are happy to support them and welcome the ninth member to our extended family of Charge Point Operators in the UK and Ireland!”

Tonik Energy

Tonik Energy is a UK renewable energy company responding to the slow pace of change by the “big-six” by creating the easiest pathways for homes and businesses to access renewable energy. By accelerating the uptake of microgeneration, battery storage and electric vehicle charging infrastructure, Tonik Energy is on a mission to reduce the cost of energy to people and the planet.

Based out of offices in Birmingham and Leeds, the company is built on reputation, quality and excellent customer service – both in the green energy they provide and the renewable technologies they install. With a highly-skilled workforce of energy and technology experts, the team has built long-standing relationships with industry-leading manufacturers. And with their inhouse installation team, The Phoenix Works they have an extensive track record providing renewable energy solutions, EV charging, Solar and Battery storage in domestic and commercial market.

Fortum Charge & Drive

Fortum Charge & Drive is a pioneer in electric vehicle charging and has a vast network of  chargers in the Nordic market. Charge & Drive aims to respond to an increasing global demand in e-mobility, by providing turnkey solution for B2B and B2G, creating a public charging network as well as providing world-class cloud solutions for an interactive end-user interface and a comprehensive back-end system that supports charge point operators in the remote management of charging stations.


Fortum is a leading clean-energy company that provides its customers with electricity, heating and cooling as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency. We want to engage our customers and society to join the change for a cleaner world. We employ some 8,000 professionals in the Nordic and Baltic countries, Russia, Poland and India. In 2019, our sales were EUR 5.4 billion and 59% of our electricity generation was CO2 free. Fortum’s share is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki.

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