Ev Charging & Transport Services
With the numbers of electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles on our roads rapidly increasing and our grid under growing pressure; fully redundant, off-grid charging solutions are more critical than ever to support our grid and provide the vast amounts of power needed to sustain the future of EVs.
The electric car market is growing rapidly, with more than 215,000 pure-electric cars on UK roads at the end of February 2021, and over 455,000 plug-in models when including plug-in hybrids (PHEVs). The market for mainstream hydrogen fuel cell vehicles is also expanding, with leading manufacturer Hyundai planning to roll out around 500,000 of these vehicles per year by 2030.
These vehicles will all need refuelling. The demand for EV charging facilities is increasing exponentially and will place huge pressures on the grid. The limited number of hydrogen fueling stations will need to grow many times over to support a hydrogen fleet.
A successful transition to zero-emissions transport will need a network of charging and refuelling stations across the globe, in locations and quantities dictated by the transport industry and necessity; not grid capacity or accessibility.
The places where people live, work and spend their free time and our existing infrastructure does not fit comfortably with access to large amounts of electrical power.
Up until now, diesel generators would have been an option for off-grid power, but the need to transfer to zero-emission alternatives makes this unfeasible.
You may have already considered turning your car park into an EV charging station but had concerns about the rate at which new EV charging bays should be introduced, or how you will secure the additional energy capacity and manage costs.
You may also be concerned about keeping up with rapidly changing technology and keeping pace with clean air and zero-emissions regulations.