Vattenfall is to install its maiden electric vehicle charging stations in the UK after clinching an agreement with contracting firm BMM Energy Solutions and South Norfolk Council.
And those charge points are to be powered entirely by renewables, using electricity generated by Vattenfall’s fleet of UK wind farm firms.
In May the Swedish state-backed utility confirmed that it would bring its open access EV charging business InCharge to the UK later this year, confirming that it had partnered with Alfen ICU as a delivery partner and targeting its first installs in H2 2018.
Vattenfall will now install and operate an initial 20 charging points at five car parks in the South Norfolk Council area. Installations are to start this week and be completed by the end of the month, with the charge points ultimately owned by South Norfolk Council.
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