EV Fleet Charging Solutions
Transitioning your fleet vehicles to electric is a great way to cut both costs and carbon emissions but requires careful planning for operational success. Our EV experts will work with you to understand your business and charging requirements, so they can recommend a best course of action. No matter the size of your fleet, we’ll design an EV strategy together that can scale as your business powers ahead.
We offer flexible charging strategies that combine leading hardware with hassle-free charge cards and an intelligent fleet management platform to provide an all-in-one solution.
Fleet EV Charging Installation
What is fleet charging
EV Fleet Charging Infrastructure Grants
Home charging for fleets
How iCompario works
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Fill out a 30 second form so we can find out more about your EV fleet charging requirements.
We pick the best offers
We’ll filter a vast range of charge point providers to find the best deal for your businesses’ needs.
We’ll match you with the perfect provider, so your drivers can get moving quickly.
Frequently asked questions
There are 4 main types of EV charge point with different charging capabilities, these are the standard, fast, rapid and ultra-rapid chargers.
Usually standard charge points have a power output of 7kW and operate on AC (alternating current) electrics, whereas rapid or ultra-rapid chargers can have up to 250kW of power and usually operate on DC (direct current) electrics.
DC rapid chargers are ideal if you need to recharge your fleet and get back on the road quickly, but they are more expensive to install than AC chargers. A mixture of AC and DC charge points are recommended if you have a mixed fleet of vehicles, where some need fast chargers and some don’t.
Fleet owners have full control over who uses their charge points, and how they use them. For example, you can use RFID cards to limit charging to employees only during the week, but you could set them to public use at the weekends for a passive revenue source.
Read more about commercial EV charging.
Smart chargers help optimise your charging process and possess many benefits:
- Remote control: You can easily control charging from your smartphone
- Safety: Smart chargers protect your home’s electrical circuit to prevent blackouts
- Reduce electricity costs: Set charging schedules to charge overnight to take advantage of cheaper electricity rates