Engenie will install electric vehicle (EV) rapid chargers at 10 Brookhouse Group retail sites across the UK, as part of a new partnership.
Engenie has appointed a new chief technology officer (CTO), James Wehner, who is set to ‘revolutionise’ the electric vehicle (EV) charging experience.
The GeniePoint Network will be free to use for all key workers during the COVID-19 crisis, Engie has announced.
Engenie has installed its first two rapid EV charge points in Cardiff as part of a wider rollout that will more than double the number of rapid chargers in the city.
Around 780% of charging is done at home and the other 20% is somewhere between work or destinations such as supermarket car parks or on-street
Engenie has received planning permission from Cardiff Council for the first 4 of 12 new rapid electric vehicle (EV) charge points, doubling the number of city centre chargers.
Marston’s Inns and Taverns has partnered with Engenie to to roll out rapid chargers across its pubs nationwide.
Engenie announced its new partnership with M7 Real Estate to install rapid EV chargers across all of M7’s out of town retail warehouses.
Businesses grappling with the costs of installing electric vehicle chargers can get more information on free rapid chargers at Fleet Live
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