Compleo has helped Oxfordshire-based research organisation, the Faraday Institution, install EV chargers for its staff, its pool car and visitors.
The company has installed fast-charging, 3 Phase 22kW AC units at the Faraday Institution’s designated parking spaces at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus HQ in Oxfordshire.
Compleo’s electric vehicle charging software, eOperate, allows users to set tariffs, opening hours and restrict charging to registered users only.
The Faraday Institution is the UK’s independent institute for electrochemical energy storage research, skills development, market analysis and early-stage commercialisation.
Susan Robertson, Faraday Institution COO, said the eOperate Compleo EV charging software is invaluable to the organisation.
She added, “It enables our staff, visitors and pool cars to charge reliably using RFID cards while ensuring that speculative visitors to the site can’t plug in and get free electricity.
“A number of staff already own an electric vehicle and many of our employees have a long commute. Without reliable access to charge points when using their EV for work would be inconvenient for some.
“Providing the new charging infrastructure has been popular with staff, and doing so, has removed a barrier for the uptake of EVs for our employees – important for us as the UK’s independent institute for battery energy storage research.”
Valentin Scheltow, Compleo UK CEO, said, “We’re really proud to have our head office in Oxfordshire and working with other local businesses, especially one as renowned as the Faraday Institution, is a privilege for us at Compleo.
“Our mission is to help make emobility and electric vehicle charging available for everyone when they park at home, work and leisure.”