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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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Balfour Beatty enters on-street EV charging market

In partnership with Urban Electric Networks, a British EV chargepoint operating company, Balfour Beatty Investments has entered into the on-street Electric Vehicle (EV) charging market with the formation of Urban Fox. Balfour Beatty Investments expects to invest up to £60 ...

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Businesses ‘must go further’ to ensure EV charging safety

Testing, inspection and certification firm, Bureau Veritas, is urging businesses to go further to ensure safety surrounding electric vehicle (EV) charging. There are currently more than 940,000 plug-in cars registered in the UK and the sale of new cars and ...

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Mitie takes charge of £4.3m DWP deal to get sites EV ready

Mitie has secured a new contract to install electric vehicle (EV) charge points for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). The £4.3 million contract will see Mitie design, install and maintain around 250 EO EV charging points at more ...

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FM takes charge

If the UK is going to move toward net zero by using more EVs then it needs a charging infrastructure to meet demand and FMs hold the key. David Harris, VINCI Facilities Customer Director explains The electric vehicle (EV) market ...

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World EV Day: at least 500 more charging points for Westminster and new Veolia EV Bikes

To mark World EV Day (29 September) Westminster City Council has announced it is planning to nearly double the number of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging points in Westminster by installing an additional 500 charging points across the borough by March ...

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