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Chargemaster launches workplace EV charge point offer

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Chargemaster is offering UK companies a simple package to get a 7kW charge point installed by its nationwide team of qualified expert technicians for £995 (plus VAT).

With the number of plug-in cars and vans in the UK now surpassing 25,000, companies are increasingly adopting electric vehicles and are also likely to experience an uplift in employees asking to plug in when they reach their place of work.

David Martell, CEO of Chargemaster, said: “To make the most of these vehicles, workplaces really need to have fit-for-purpose charging points – both for their own electric vehicle fleets, and for employees who choose to drive plug-in vehicles."

Chargemaster suggests that for many businesses, the investment in a workplace charging point will be recouped in reduced running costs.

It is also offering discounts on multiple charging units and can provide 22kW units for workplaces with 3-phase power supplies.


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  • MR.Bean - 27/02/2015 13:22

    We had one of their units installed in 2011/12. After a 12 months we had to replace it with another unit provided by another brand. We had several problems with the charging system and so and so service.

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