Engenie is set to double the number of rapid chargers in the UK, installing over 2,000 by 2024.
In this round-up of electric vehicle news, Engenie targets Cardiff for the installation of rapid chargers and two companies join the EV100 initiative to install new charging infrastructure.
Alice Grundy speaks to Fiona Howarth, CEO of Octopus Electric Vehicles, about encouraging EV uptake, public misconceptions, and a new partnership with Engenie and Marston's.
Marston’s Inns and Taverns is to become the first UK pub company to roll out rapid electric vehicle chargers after announcing plans to work with Engenie to install 400 at sites nationwide.
ROUND-UP: EO Charging makes ‘smart’ partnership; Engenie chargers to meet customers’ demand; Instavolt celebrates latest milestone
EO Charging has partnered with eMotorWerks to integrate new smart functions into its home chargers; Engenie is to install rapid chargers at eight M7 Real Estate locations; and Instavolt has installed its 200th rapid DC charger a year after it began to roll out units across the UK.
Engenie is aiming to install 1,500 electric vehicle chargers nationwide able to charge up to 150kW having secured investment from international banking group Investec last month.