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Indra partners Jumptech as it looks to scale up EV charger rollout

Image: Jumptech.

Image: Jumptech.

Indra has announced a new partnership with electric vehicle (EV) software provider Jumptech to help it scale up the rollout of its charging solution.

The news follows the company receiving £6 million of investment led by the Clean Growth Fund alongside Gulf Oil International to support its growth in January.

It will use Jumptech’s Atom mobile app to capture pre and post installation photos and data. This will be integrated with Indra’s own platform to make real time commissioning and passback easier.

Leighton King, Indra’s chief commercial officer said working with Jumptech would allow them to “scale up rapidly with a streamlined customer journey, whilst maintaining visibility of the installs and the performance of our install partners both in the UK and internationally".

The partnership is the latest in a stream of agreements from Jumptech, including with charging infrastructure company TSG UK earlier in June. In February it announced a partnership with energy infrastructure company Fulcrum and in January with BP Pulse.

These come after similar agreements made by Jumptech in 2020 with the likes of Pod Point, YESSS EV & Energy and Good Energy.

“Indra is a leading technology company in the energy arena and we’re delighted to be working with their team to help fulfil the ever increasing demand for their highly regarded products,” said Jumptech’s founder Phil Nunn.


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