Zest, the operator of public access EV charging infrastructure, has been selected by Warrington Borough Council as the new charging operator for the Time Square development.

The company is providing 56 EV charging bays at the Time Square multi-storey car park, part of the site which provides a shopping, restaurant and leisure experience, and is the modern contemporary home for Warrington’s market.

Most of the charging bays are 7kW for visitors to top-up, and there are four rapid bays for those needing a faster recharge.

They include dedicated accessible and car club bays on the ground floor.

The first 25 charging bays are open now, with the rest opening in phases during June.

Earlier this month Zest also opened an EV micro-hub at Apex Coffee House in Ely’s Lancaster Way Business Park.

The company has provided two fast-charging bays for visitors to the café to top up and two rapid bays for those needing a fast recharge.

Owned and operated by Grovemere Property, Lancaster Way is home to more than 85 diverse businesses in a range of industrial and commercial properties.

The Apex Coffee House serves the business park and is convenient for drivers along the nearby A10 to Cambridge.

Robin Heap, CEO and Founder of Zest, said, “People want to switch to EV but they need to see abundant and reliable charging infrastructure being rolled out.

‍”Working in partnership with forward-looking local authorities like Warrington, we’re building at a scale that inspires confidence in the EV transition and makes a tangible contribution to net zero.”


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