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3ti installs NHS Scotland’s first pop-up solar car park and EV charging hub

Designer, installer, funder and operator of Solar Car Parks, 3ti has completed the installation of a Papilio3 pop-up solar car park and electric vehicle (EV) charging hub at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness, Scotland. The latest delivery is the first of ...

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Zest appointed to NHS Framework for EV infrastructure

Zest, one of the UK’s fastest growing Electric Vehicle (EV) charging networks and a certified B Corporation has been named as an approved supplier on the NHS Sustainable Transport and Infrastructure Framework Agreement for electric vehicle charging solutions. Launched in ...

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Mitie named a supplier on NHS SBS Sustainable Transport and Infrastructure framework

Mitie has been appointed to the new NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) Sustainable Transport and Infrastructure framework agreement, which will enable Mitie to bid for contracts and projects delivering the consultancy, planning, and installation of sustainable transport infrastructure such ...

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Places for London seeks new EV charging hub partner

Transport for London’s (TfL) commercial property company, Places for London, has commenced its search for a single joint venture (JV) partner to help it bring forward a number of new electric vehicle (EV) ultra-rapid charging hubs across its estate. The ...

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LCP partners with PoGo to boost ultra-rapid EV charging infrastructure

LCP, the national commercial property and investment company, part of M Core, has signed a partnership deal with PoGo to boost the number of electric vehicle (EV) charging points at its sites. The deal will see PoGo, the recently launched ...

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Vital EV installs the UK’s first 400kW liquid-cooled Kempower Satellite Chargers at UTAC

The two ultra-rapid DC chargers are believed to be the fastest in the UK and will be used to charge prototype and production vehicles at the famous testing facility. With a compact footprint of less than 0.25m², the 400kW Kempower ...

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EV charging points could unlock £1.25m in additional income for commercial landlords

With a pressing need for EV car charging points to support the increasing number of electric vehicles on the road and relieve “range anxiety”, commercial landlords that can provide WiFi, food and beverage, and toilet facilities on site can make ...

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Omega Red appointed sole supplier for EV charging infrastructure framework

Following a competitive tender process, Omega Red, an earthing and EV charging solutions business, which supports non-domestic clients, has recently been appointed as sole supplier on a new utility sector EV charging infrastructure framework. Appointed by South Staffs Water, the ...

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Liberty Charge rebrands to Believ 

Liberty Charge has rebranded as Believ, in order to better reflect its proposition of being able to offer all charging speeds, to signal that it now delivers charge point solutions to businesses, as well as local authorities, and ultimately to ...

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Charging ahead

Installing electric vehicles is daunting, say Dan Lessiter and Kevin Ledger, Senior Business Managers at Liberty Charge, but Charge Point Operators (CPOs) are there to support the introduction of an EV infrastructure With the 2030 ban on new petrol and ...

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