East Lothian Council has selected SWARCO eVolt to supply electric vehicle (EV) charging units for its current project to introduce a number of charging hubs across the county to provide essential infrastructure for EV drivers and lower emissions in the area. In total, SWARCO eVolt is supplying 45 charging units, including 11 of its Rapid
SWARCO eVolt, the award-winning Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging business, has reported a record year in which it has continued to innovate, deliver the highest levels of customer satisfaction, and increase its market share through the strength and reliability of its technology and engineering teams. The company, which began installing its first charging points more than
SWARCO eVolt has been named as Charging Refuelling Infrastructure Provider of the Year in the Green Fleet Awards, capping a remarkable 12 months in which the business has continued to dominate the Electrical Vehicle (EV) charging market. Recognised not only for the reliability of its technology, but also the quality of its service, SWARCO eVolt
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. The 50kW chargers will allow up to three cars to charge at each site simultaneously and will be powered by 100% renewable electricity.
eVolt UK, the nationwide supplier of electrical vehicle (EV) charging units, has installed the latest versions of its rapid charging units for the first and largest purpose-built charging hub in the UK that includes solar power and energy storage. The hub is located on Princes Street in Dundee city centre and features rapid charging units,
The transformation of a once-vacant Dundee yard into a site dedicated to electric vehicles is “globally impressive” and could inspire cities across the globe, it has been claimed. A new Princes Street facility complete with with solar canopies, charging points and electrical infrastructure, designed to meet all the needs of those taking to the roads
Cambridge City has selected eVolt UK to supply electric vehicle (EV) charging points across Cambridge for its Ultra Low Emission Vehicle Taxi project, which aims to increase the number of EV taxis used in the historic city. The project, which is being primarily funded by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), will see eVolt