This new £600 grant from government will allow more companies to install charging points at workplace locations for a fraction of the cost. Chargemaster operates the UK’s largest electric vehicle (EV) charging network. Its public POLAR charging infrastructure has more than 5,000 chargers across the UK, and the company has installed over 30,000 homecharger units.
Martell continued, “So far, we have installed over 30,000 home charging points over the last four years. I think that this new government support will stimulate the demand from companies and help them adopt ultra-low emission vehicles with charging facilities at the workplace.”Chargemaster designs and manufacturers its charging points in the UK as well as having a nationwide installation team. Its products are recommended by all major car manufacturers, including Mitsubishi, BMW, Kia, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan and Tesla, amongst others.Media contacts
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Chargemaster Plc is the UK’s leading provider of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Benefitting from over 25 years of experience working within the telematics and vehicle-orientated industry, Chargemaster provides a comprehensive, flexible and practical range of electric vehicle charging solutions. Its charging stations are specially developed to accommodate new technological advances and the growing demands of the electric vehicle industry. Chargemaster works in partnership with leading energy providers, vehicle manufacturers, government agencies, management consultancies and property development and blue chip companies. Chargemaster is the largest UK supplier of public, workplace and home charging units in the UK and has supplied over 50,000 charging points across Europe. The company operates its own manufacturing facility at Luton Airport which is currently producing over 2,000 charging units a month and operates to ISO9001 quality standards.
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