EV Charging Solutions: Case Studies

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Bi-Directional Charging made easy

Bi-directional charging is the next stage in smart energy management. This new technology is also referred to as Vehicle-to-Grid, V2G, or V2X and was developed to increase efficiency, reduce energy costs, and ease the strain on the national grid. How conventional EV charging works Conventional EV charging works by helping energy flow to your vehicle.

Sussex Partnership Foundation install EV chargers across estate to support NHS fleet transition

The Vision As part of the NHS’ vision of reaching Net Zero emissions by 2040, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is committed to a Green Plan which is aiming to integrate sustainability values into the organisation and reduce carbon emissions. One of their goals involves evaluating the journeys and travel plans of their in-house transport

Q-park appoints Blink Charging as Europe-Wide charge point operator

Q-Park is a leading European parking owner-operator with over 677,000 parking spaces in over 3,400 facilities. They arrived in the UK in 2001 and are now one of the UK’s leading car park companies with over 70 parking facilities housing some 50,000 parking spaces in key locations in the UK with over 15 million visitors

AC or DC Charging: Choosing the Right Charger for Your Organisation.

Are you currently driving an electric vehicle (EV) or overseeing a fleet and in search of the optimal charging solution? The choice between AC and DC charging holds significant importance for your organisation’s charging infrastructure. We all know electric vehicles are charged with electricity, but there are different types. Electricity comes in two forms: Alternating

Royal Berkshire Fire & Rescue Service Appoint Blink Charging to support their Fleet transition to Electric

All content in this case study was created prior to the acquisition of EB Charging by Blink Charging. The Vision Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service (RBFRS), as part of their Green Energy Plan, required the installation of chargepoints, to electrify their fleet. Blink Charging (Blink) were chosen to create a reliable, sustainable, and future-proof

Leeds City Council Launches First Fully Electric Refuse Vehicle Hub

All content on this case study was created prior to the acquisition of EB Charging by Blink Charging. The Vision Leeds City Council (LCC) is committed to reducing emissions to protect the health of everyone in the city and surrounding areas. Improving the city’s air quality is expected to help save lives, boost productivity, cut