NewMotion, Europe’s largest smart charging solutions provider for electric vehicles, announced a pilot agreement with Good Energy, the 100% renewable electricity and green gas provider.
The pilot agreement will see NewMotion install smart electric vehicle charging points at Good Energy’s offices in Wiltshire. Following a successful six month trial, the two companies will work in partnership to develop an electric vehicle charging proposition for Good Energy’s business and domestic customers.
The announcement comes just days after Good Energy and the Eden Project announced that they were partnering on the first commercial battery storage project in the UK.
“We’re delighted to be working with NewMotion to diversify our offering and invest further in our electric vehicle capabilities” said Dr Randall Bowen, Director of Business Services at Good Energy. “Electric vehicles form an important part of our new strategy: an increased focus on clean technologies.”
Lee Feihn, UK Business Developer from NewMotion commented: “We’re very excited to be working with Good Energy – a company whose values align closely with our own. 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 is Europe’s largest provider of electric vehicle charging solutions, with a public network of over 50,000 charge points across 25 countries and over 100,000 registered charge cards. Since 2009, the company has helped businesses and private users to charge their electric vehicles, using smart technology that monitors usage, manages charge costs, provides journey planning and load balances power requirements on the National Grid.
Good Energy’s mission is to power the choice of a cleaner, greener future together. Good Energy is a renewable energy company, supplying 100% renewable electricity and green gas, to homes and businesses across the UK.