Good Energy inks RAW deal for EV charging


Good Energy has inked a partnership with electric vehicle chargepoint installers RAW Charging following a competitive tender.

The installer, which guarantees operational uptime, is a ChargePoint partner, and provides both AC (slower) and DC (faster) charging solutions.

It first worked with Good Energy on one of the supplier’s early customer installs at Watergate Bay Hotel, Cornwall, late last year, where load balancing technology helps minimise impact on the local grid.

The two companies are now working together to develop a national pipeline of EV charging opportunities.

Good Energy and RAW Charging’s sister company, RAW Energy, have a history of working together on renewable energy projects, including UK solar and anaerobic digestion plants.

Good Energy has made bundling energy and EV charging solutions a key part of its strategy, launching OnePoint, its EV charging infrastructure division, last year.

The firm has taken a strategic stake in Zap Map, with an option to become majority shareholder. Zap Map is set to launch a universal payment app – Zap Pay – later this year.

Good Energy and RAW are also working with businesses such as law firm TLT, and Ealing Studios on charging programmes.

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