Businesses surveyed by The Energyst have significant appetite for electric vehicle (EV) chargers.
Our latest report details their deployment plans, whether they have sufficient power capacity on site, their attitudes towards controlled or smart charging and receptiveness to engage in vehicle-to-grid services.
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The report also contains interviews with businesses that are switching parts of their fleets to EVs, such a distribution company UPS, outsourcing firm Mitie and SES Water, as well as those deploying chargers at destination sites.
Views from charge point operators, including BP Chargemaster, Pod Point and Engenie are included in the report, plus those attempting to create new business models combining generation and/or storage with charging stations, including Pivot Power and Gridserve.
Distribution network operators UK Power Networks and Northern Powergrid also share their thoughts on smarter approaches, and the report includes insight from companies including Moixa, Octopus Investments, Nottingham City Council and Nissan.
Report sponsors Arup, EDF, Eon and Total Gas & Power also share their views on challenges and opportunities presented by EVs for businesses.
The report is available as a free download here.
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