Believ EV chargers across 44 further sites in Ealing


EV charge point operator Believ is continuing to support Ealing Council in creating accessible on street charging, with a new programme of installations.

The latest batch of charge points will be distributed in 44 sites across the borough – a total of 83 charge points – adding another 166 sockets for residents to charge their vehicles and encourage more people to make the switch to electric.

It coincides with the expansion of the Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) scheme in London which extends to Ealing.

Believ is a specialist in delivering all speeds of charge point infrastructure at zero cost to councils.

It works in collaboration with partners, communities, and the customers they serve, to develop and deliver an EV charging network that is accessible, reliable, and future-proofed.

Councillor Deirdre Costigan, cabinet member for climate action and deputy leader of Ealing Council said, “With a focus on installing where residents are no more than a 10-minute walk from a charge point, Ealing Council has already doubled the number of charging points in the borough in a year, and I am confident that our joint efforts can help us reach our goal of 2,000 EV charge points by 2026, lowering emissions and reducing air pollution for our residents.

“It’s crucial that our seven towns and their suburban areas benefit equally as EV charging infrastructure will boost local businesses, attracting more visitors to the borough to experience everything Ealing has to offer.”

Guy Bartlett, CEO of Believ, said: “We are very pleased to be supporting the borough in its drive to improve air quality in the local area, reflecting our own commitment to deliver cleaner air for all.”


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