Project overview

Ebbsfleet Development Corporation were aware of the imminent influx of employees making the switch to electric vehicles, so they had to take action to ensure that the development was future proofed by offering available and convenient charging points. Initial contact was made with EVC to discuss potential solutions.

EVC conducted a site survey at Castle Hill and determined the optimum locations for EV charging points including continued consultation with Ebbsfleet Development Corporation to make certain a smooth installation process.

The engagement we had with EVC was professional and our queries were answered promptly.

Lisa, Project Manager I EDC

Following a site survey, it was agreed that the development would require two dual 22kWh charging bays to ensure that all employees would have access to a charge point whilst at work. EVC also deployed a bespoke billing strategy on request of the client to ensure Ebbsfleet Development Corporation could make a return on their investment in regards to future proofing their development.

Work was undertaken and completed within 3 days, to ensure minimum disruption to local businesses. Post installation, the charge points are monitored 24/7 by EVC's backend system so that the chargers don't encounter any faults. Ebbsfleet Development Corporation have described their experience with EVC as "excellent and professional".

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