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EV Charging Infrastructure – Business models for Commercial Landowners

Looking to install EV charging infrastructure? Read our breakdown of the different funding options available to commercial landowners.

460,000 electric vehicle (EV) drivers up and down the country are looking for places to charge their car. With the 2030 ban on petrol and diesel vehicles growing ever larger on the horizon, demand for public EV charging is only going up. The latest figures estimate UK EV uptake will hit 6.5m by 2030.

Landlords are experiencing increasing demand for public electric vehicle charge points (EVCPs) at their sites, and the revolution is only getting started.

This blog aims to explain the funding options available to commercial landowners assessing EV charging infrastructure options for their retail sites. There are typically three options to choose from:

  • Fully Funded (100% funded by Mer)
  • Partially Funded (Hybrid)
  • Landowner Funded

Get in touch to find out more about our work with commercial landowners:

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Case Study – Green light for EV charging at Hoults Yard

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