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Jumptech announces new collaboration with ProjectEV

ProjectEV is the latest in a stream of EV chargepoint companies to partner with Jumptech. Image: Jumptech.

ProjectEV is the latest in a stream of EV chargepoint companies to partner with Jumptech. Image: Jumptech.

ProjectEV has become the latest company to adopt Jumptech’s platform to help ease the installation of electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints.

The chargepoint manufacturer will use Jumptech’s platform to provide real time visibility when installing EV chargers as well as a managed service for leasing partners, having recently won a number of contracts with them. This will allow ProjectEV partners to monitor performance and ensure service levels are maintained.

“As adoption of electric vehicles continues to accelerate, being able to offer a managed install service with our chargepoints is increasingly important,” said Richard Pink, MD of ProjectEV. “Working with Jumptech enables us to offer this to our partners and give them the confidence that their customers will have the best experience possible”.

The partnership is the latest in a stream of agreements Jumptech has signed, including with Indra and TSG UK 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.

“We’re delighted to be working with ProjectEV as they continue to grow, making it easy for all parties involved in the customer journey by providing a specialist integrated solution that enables EV charge points to be efficiently installed at scale,” added Phil Nunn, Jumptech’s founder.

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