EV Charger Maker Partners With Asset Manager

An electric vehicle charger maker is partnering with an asset manager to install rapid chargers at all eight of the latter party’s retail warehouses.

The companies are claiming the move will “remove over 2.5 tonnes of harmful nitrous oxide from UK roads”. Engenie says the charging points it makes for the partnership with M7 Real Estate will be “powered exclusively by 100% renewable energy”. Engenie business development director Patrick Sherriff said: “The 100% renewable energy powering the chargers and the positive impact on local air quality fits with both M7 and Engenie’s long-term commitments to improving our environmental impact.”

He also claimed the move represents “a significant step towards our aim to build a public charging network spanning the whole of the UK”. The company says it wants to operate 1,500 of its chargers across the UK by 2021 and 16 of these will be installed at M7’s retail warehouses. M7 head of UK real estate John Murnaghan claims his company’s motivation for the partnership was spurred by increasing “demand from our customers” for EV charging tech.


Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *