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The UK energy market is going through huge change, driven by the legally binding target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, and the proposed ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2030.

We are rapidly expanding our charger network, which will ultimately cover all parts of the UK. Right now, our EV charging network totals over 800 chargers, capable of delivering 8.3MW of power every hour. By the end of 2021, we’ll have the capacity to supply more than 15MW an hour through 1500 chargers across the UK.

EV charging network

Join us in our vision of zero emission towns and cities everywhere. We’re here to help you navigate the path that’s right for your organisation.

We approach your challenges with a long-term, strategic, integrated view – we know one size doesn’t fit all when it comes to EV charging solutions.

We focus on the bigger picture of a net zero emissions future, and our approach is entirely manufacturer neutral. 

We stay on top of market developments and rigorously test new technology for reliability, ease of use, monitoring and resilience – particularly important in public spaces where usage will be frequent. 

Only when we’re satisfied that the technology meets our exacting standards, will we recommend EV charger installation to our clients.  

Right now we offer fast, rapid, ultra and lamp column chargers from a range of leading manufacturers.

Lamp Post

3-7 kW AC – 3-7 miles added/hour

Qualifying for On-street Residential Charging Scheme (ORCS) funding, these fast chargers draw their power from the lamp post supply, minimising the site works and investment required. They are intended for overnight charging for residents with no off-street parking, as well as medium-stay visitors to town and city centres.


7-22 kW AC – 7-22 miles added/hour

Ideal for medium to long stay parking in public and private car parks such as fleet depots, supermarkets, larger retail parks, leisure facilities, hotels and attractions. These resilient machines are mounted off ground for ease of use and physical protection.


50 kW DC – 155 miles added/hour

Delivering substantial DC charge direct to the vehicle’s battery, these chargers are capable of adding significant mileage quickly. This makes them popular for places with shorter dwell times such as service stations, retail parks, fleet rest stops and taxi ranks.


150+ kW DC – 455 miles added/hour

These very high power chargers require sufficient high capacity grid supply and heavy cabling. They’re typically reserved for specialist applications where large vehicles require a lot of power, such as public buses, HGVs and freight vehicles.

Latest updates

Why did half of last year’s ORCS funding go to waste?

Why did half of last year’s ORCS funding go to waste?

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How to use ORCS funding to take control of electric vehicle charging

How to use ORCS funding to take control of electric vehicle charging

After a slow start 113 UK councils have now taken advantage of a grant extension to work towards zero emissions…
Three hubs added to Brighton & Hove network

Three hubs added to Brighton & Hove network

Brighton & Hove's electric vehicle infrastructure is continuing to grow with the introduction of three new rapid charging hubs at…