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An exciting electric vehicle pilot with NewMotion

Posted in: Energy

Posted on: 12.12.2017

Smart technology is a really big area for us as we move into 2018. This means a focus on battery storage, smart meters and electric vehicles. 

That's why we are really pleased to announce a new pilot agreement with NewMotion.

Who is NewMotion?

NewMotion is Europe’s largest provider of electric vehicle charging solutions, with a public network of over 50,000 charge points across 25 countries.

Since 2009, they have helped businesses and private users to charge their EVs, using smart technology that monitors usage, manages charge costs, provides journey planning and load balances power requirements on the Grid.

We’re delighted to be working with NewMotion to diversify our offering and invest further in our electric vehicle capabilities.

Dr Randall Bowen, Director of Business Services at Good Energy.

Developing an EV charging proposition

Electric vehicles form an important part of our new strategy: an increased focus on clean technologies.

Our pilot agreement has already seen NewMotion installing one of their smart charge points at our offices in Wiltshire. Following a successful trial, we will work together to develop an electric vehicle charging proposition for our business and domestic customers.

We look forward to developing a partnership that uses smart charging solutions to help support the increasing number of people driving electric vehicles in the UK.

NewMotion
We’re very excited to be working with Good Energy – a company whose values align closely with our own.

Lee Feihn, UK Business Developer from NewMotion

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