The UK is set to ban the sale of new internal combustion engine (ICE) models from 2030 and it won’t be long until you will need a suitable network of charging points. Doing it correctly is vital for you, your business and the environment.
Owned by Statkraft, Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy, we make going green simple and work towards an accessible experience for you and your drivers. We offer a complete service from the grid connection through to supply and installations of charge point(s).
Our EV Charging Solutions
For drivers staying a few hours of more
Charging power from 3.7kW to 22kW
Wide range of hardware with load balancing options
Internet enabled smart charging and OCCP compliant hardware
Small hardware, minimal installation work
Class Leading Back-Office
Manage your charging stations and users
Reporting tool for CSR and HR purposes
Accommodate multiple user types including company cars, fleet and guests
Multi-site billing (work, public and home charging)
Remote fault diagnostics and resolution
100% zero carbon renewable energy supply
24/7 UK based customer service
Maintenance plans and SLAs
Nationwide installers network
Growing public rapid network accessible to your drivers
Support the transition to electric vehicles by providing EV charging where it is convenient for drivers to charge. This service can serve the needs of your staff, fleet and visitors. Why not generate extra revenue by opening your EV charge points to the public.
We offer the best hardware manufacturers paired with our class-leading back-office to offer you reliable, smart, scalable and future-proof charging infrastructure.
We have developed leading EV charging networks in Northern Europe including Germany and Norway, (Europe’s market leader for EV ownership ) where we have over 10 years of experience.
100% Renewable Energy
We offer zero carbon, 100% sustainable energy supply solely from hydro, solar or wind sourced by Statkraft energy businesses.
If you are looking to maximise convenience and cost savings we can offer you tailor packages of charging, storage and electricity.
We are taking steps to reduce our environmental impact, balancing where we need to go with what is right to do.
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