CTEK SIGNS DEAL WITH EVC TO PROVIDE UK CHARGING POINTS

Battery charger brand CTEK has signed a five-year deal with charge point provider EVC to supply EV charging equipment, scalable load balancing solutions and associated EV management software. The tech supplied by the Sweden charging company will be based around  its Chargestorm Connected wallbox, supported by the firm’s  ‘Nanogrid’ load-balancing hardware.

Cecilia Routledge, Global Director, Energy & Facilities at CTEK

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Cecilia Routledge, Global Director, Energy & Facilities at CTEK said “We are absolutely delighted to be working with EVC on this exciting project. We have a proven track for the successful delivery of EVSE products and solutions in markets across Europe, and together with EVC, we are looking forward to bringing our expertise to this ground-breaking approach to EV charging.

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The announcement comes just a day after the UK government announced plans to scale up plans to reduce energy consumption, which include bringing forward the date for ending the new registration of petrol and diesel cars to 2030.

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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