Meet Climate Goals with EV Charging 

Public sector bodies across the UK are introducing electric vehicles (EVs) to their fleets. Transitioning fleets to electric is helping local councils achieve climate goals, and support sustainability strategies. 

Our guide to electrifying the public sector is designed to help local authorities understand how to get started with a charging infrastructure project. 

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Public sector fleet charging case study

Electrifying East Devon Council’s Fleet Vehicles

East Devon District Council is working to reduce its carbon emissions year on year, with the aim of becoming carbon neutral by 2040. 

In 2020, East Devon became one of the first councils in the country to trial specially modified electric vans in its street-cleaning fleet. East Devon District Council worked with Mer to install charge points which now make up 25% of their fleet. 

Learn more in our guide

We needed good charging capabilities that were future-proofed, with the ability to expand as we grow our electric fleet. It was also important to us to have a back-office system that gave us analytics across our depots, and Mer could support us with all of this.

Operations Manager, East Devon District Council

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