Commercial EV Charging

EV Charging Solutions Designed To Attract Customers
What is Commercial EV Charging?

Commercial EV Charging 101

Integrating electric vehicle chargers into commercial property developments from the outset is not just a forward-thinking choice; it’s a strategic and cost-saving must in sustainable infrastructure.

As the world shifts towards a greener future, the demand for electric vehicles is surging.

By incorporating EV chargers at an early stage, commercial property developers position themselves at the forefront of this transformation. This can also help to attract environmentally-conscious customers, tenants and businesses with quality electric car charging points for zero-emission vehicles.

The benefits

EV Charging Points

The adoption of EV charging points and infrastructure aligns with a broader societal shift towards sustainability, enhancing the marketability and long-term value of commercial properties, not to mention the increasing number of electric cars available.

Forward-looking developers who prioritise EV charging installations future-proof their developments, staying ahead of regulatory requirements and demonstrating a commitment to reducing carbon footprints.

Utilising EV charge points also caters to the growing segment of employees who drive electric vehicles, contributing to a positive work environment and potentially boosting employee satisfaction.

Incorporating EV chargers at an early stage – or any stage – isn’t just about meeting current demand; it’s an investment in the sustainable and tech-driven future of commercial real estate, enhancing property appeal, value, and environmental responsibility.

Why Utilise Commercial EV Charging

In the rapidly evolving adoption of electric vehicles businesses and organisations are being prompted to reassess their infrastructure to accommodate this transformative shift in transportation.

The decision to utilise commercial electric vehicle charging points is driven by a myriad of compelling reasons that extend beyond environmental consciousness.

Here are some key considerations that highlight the significance of integrating commercial EV charging solutions:

Enhanced Property Value and Appeal

Incorporating EV chargers adds tangible value to the property. With the increasing popularity of electric vehicles, developments with charging infrastructure are likely to command higher resale and rental values, appealing to a broader range of potential investors and tenants.

Future-Proofing Against Regulatory Changes

Anticipating and adapting to future regulations is critical for sustainable development. By including EV chargers early on, developers demonstrate foresight and ensure compliance with evolving environmental standards, avoiding potential retrofitting costs down the line.

Environmental Stewardship and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Including EV chargers aligns with corporate social responsibility, showcasing a commitment to sustainable practices. This environmental stewardship not only enhances the developer's image but also appeals to tenants and investors who prioritise eco-friendly initiatives.

Tenant Retention and Satisfaction

For residential or commercial properties, offering EV charging options can contribute to tenant satisfaction and retention. As more individuals adopt electric vehicles, having convenient charging solutions on-site becomes a valuable amenity that tenants may prioritise when deciding to stay.

Increased Dwell Time and Customer Engagement for Retail Spaces

For developments with retail spaces, EV chargers can boost customer engagement by encouraging longer dwell times. Shoppers are more likely to spend time and money at establishments where they can conveniently charge their electric vehicles, benefiting both retailers and property developers.

Generate New Revenue 

Increased revenue: for businesses, offering charging services can generate additional revenue streams. Charging fees collected from EV drivers can contribute to the bottom line, especially if the charging infrastructure is strategically located along popular travel routes. 

Branding and Marketing

Businesses that offer on-route charging can use it as a unique selling point to differentiate themselves from competitors. This can lead to increased brand recognition, customer loyalty, and potentially higher pricing power.
Commercial EV Charging hardware

What we install

DC Fast charger with dual charging capability.  CCS2 and CHAdeMO connections. Ability to charge two vehicles at 75kW when 150 kW DC charging units are deployed.


DC Fast charger with dual charging capability. CCS2 and CHAdeMO connections. Ability to charge two vehicles at 75kW
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