Energy infrastructure company Fulcrum has announced a new partnership with Jumptech to support its residential electric vehicle (EV) projects.
The partnership will allow Fulcrum to grow its presence in the EV charging infrastructure market, strengthening its ability to provide a comprehensive service to its residential customers, it said.
Alex Hinchcliffe, head of EV charging infrastructure services at Fulcrum, said: “This partnership will support our growth in the home charging market and deliver efficiencies to our established operations, enabling our team to work closely with customers giving them the best possible service and experience.”
Fulcrum already works with a number of EV charging technology providers, including partnering with Chargepoint in 2018. It works with installers such as the Phoenix Works and YESSS EV & Energy amongst others.
Now using Jumptech’s platform, customers will be able to easily supply information about their property and its charging needs to the company, streamlining the application process. Additionally, the platform will allow Fulcrum’s team to monitor progress and share information with partners.
Beyond the residential partnership, the companies are looking to expand the collaboration to support Fulcrum’s established commercial EV charging activity.
Jumptech has signed a number of partnerships with EV charging companies over the last year, most recently with BP Evolve as it looks to expand charger installations beyond 100,000. In 2020, it announced similar partnerships with the likes of Pod Point, YESSS EV & Energy and Good Energy .
Phil Nunn, founder of Jumptech, said they were looking forward to “supporting Fulcrum’s continued growth in the sector by providing a fully integrated platform that enables them to work efficiently at scale with all their partners”.