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EO Charging and Grosvenor Leasing develop plug-in package

EO Charging

EO Charging has partnered with Grosvenor Leasing to provide an EO charger as an option into the overall lease cost of a vehicle.

EO and Grosvenor Leasing said that they will work together to assess the most suitable charging options for each vehicle or fleet, whether that be at work or at the driver’s home.

Ryan Spillane, head of commercial sales of EO Charging, said: “The majority of fleets were born in the petrol or diesel era and so the transition to electric may feel like a daunting prospect for many fleet managers.

“With pressure mounting on the Government to move the petrol and diesel car ban forward to 2030, it’s clear that the transition to electric fleets will happen much quicker than initially forecast.

“Partnering with Grosvenor allows us to share expertise and extend a helping hand to fleet managers that want the hassle removed from switching to electric.”

EO has developed a range of EV chargers including the EO Genius, a smart enabled charge-point that can connect to the EO Hub and communicate with the grid.

The EO Genius is used by a number of companies, including Sainsbury’s Online and Gnewt Cargo, operators of London’s largest fully electric final-mile delivery fleet.

In 2017, Grosvenor Leasing launched ‘0Zone’, a service to advise and support companies looking to transition their fleet to zero or low emissions.

Mark Gallagher, head of 0Zone at Grosvenor Leasing, said: “We see EO Charging as a key plug-in partner to our contract hire and fleet management offering. This partnership will allow us to extend our support to clients and ultimately facilitate the widespread adoption of low emission vehicles across the UK.”

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