Project overview

Marine Wharf is a development in South East London offering a variety of different living spaces, near South Dock Marina and the River Thames. The destination has excellent transport links and residents can easily access the wide range of amenities in Canary Wharf nearby.

Due to London’s regulations on emissions, Marine Wharf understood the importance of having accessible EV charging facilities available to residents. There are a high number of electric vehicle drivers in London, and EVC were keen to assist in getting the appropriate chargers in place for the development.

After an initial site survey, EVC’s installation team concluded that four 7.4kW single outlet chargers and one 22kW dual outlet charger would be best appropriate for the site. It is important to choose the correct type of charger, and in this instance, it was most suitable to have majority 7.4kW chargers. As people would usually be charging their vehicles overnight whilst they sleep, these chargers use less power and were therefore a more energy efficient option for the development.

The install team have done a stellar job. The entire team were professional, pleasant and hardworking – there was never a question they did not answer and they were extremely clean and showed pride in the finish of their work.

Simon Allen, Development Manager | Marine Wharf

As part of the service, EVC remain available for ongoing support and maintenance of the chargers, residents at Marine Wharf can now reliably charge their EVs from home.

Marine Wharf EV Charger Case Study

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