EV Charging Infrastructure for Forecourts

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New Opportunities for Revenue Generation

With the end of the sale of new petrol/diesel cars and vans in 2035 on the horizon, forecourt owners are starting to consider the emerging EV market and the possibilities offered by installing electric vehicle charging points. 

Our e-guide has everything you need to know about how EV charging can bring an additional revenue stream to your forecourt – not only through the sale of electricity from your charge points, but also through increased customer footfall and dwell time – as well as how Mer can support you on this journey, including our financial models. 

What's in the Guide?

The government has forecasted the implementation of a UK-wide EV charging infrastructure roll out ahead of the UK’s transition to zero-emission vehicles. Forecourt owners are uniquely positioned to offer EV charging to their customers.

Our guide is designed to help public bodies get started with EV infrastructure.

From capitalising on an upward trend ahead of the competition to establishing a core customer base of current and prospective EV drivers, there are endless opportunities for forecourt owners to benefit from EV charging.

Find out how Mer brought EV charging to leading German service provider Tank & Rast’s network of service stations to advance the electric mobility transition across Germany, and how Mer is working with top 50 independent forecourt operator AY&Y Patel Group in the UK.

Mer’s business models and process ensure we can offer a simple and quality service that marries top-quality hardware with customer-centric solutions. 

Your Reliable and Trusted EV Charging Partner

Mer is using its extensive experience in the EV charging space to help forecourt owners embrace the electric mobility revolution. We can provide full turnkey solutions under a range of financial models to bring EV charging to UK forecourts.  

Download EV Charging Guide for Forecourt Owners






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