Mitie has launched a new scheme to design, install and maintain electric vehicle (EV) charge point infrastructure for businesses.
Under its ‘charge’ Plan Zero BoltON package, Mitie engineers will go to workplaces to ensure that businesses have the infrastructure in place to support their transition to an electric fleet.
Mitie will cover the initial costs of equipment, such as EV charge points, with customers only charged a monthly subscription fee once the installation has been finished.
The company has also introduced other BoltON modules focusing on the areas of remote building management (Pulse), solar power (Shine) and lighting optimisation (Glow).
These can be implemented all at the same time or in phases, depending on the organisation’s net zero targets and roadmap.
Mitie launched its EV Fleet Transition Service in July 2020 and has also published a white paper on charge point infrastructure, outlining the key factors that businesses should consider for installations.
The company says the BoltON modules are available to existing customers only and build on its Plan Zero commitment to use its fleet, energy, and sustainability expertise to support Britain’s decarbonisation by helping public and private sector organisations achieve their own net zero targets.
Pradyumna Pandit, Mmanaging director, Sustainability and Energy Services, Mitie, said, “While sustainability is a priority for many organisations in the UK, financial barriers, lack of expertise and long payback times continue to slow down their decarbonisation progress.
“With our Plan Zero BoltON packages, we’re using our engineering as well as fleet and energy management expertise to develop solutions that help organisations kickstart their journey to net zero.”