Evyve aims to become UK's largest fast charging company by 2030
Up to 10,000 fast chargers are planned to be installed following deal with DC charging firm Tritium
British charging provider Evyve, owned by property regeneration company Peel L&P, aims to become the UK's largest fast charging company by 2030, after securing a deal for up to 10,000 charge points.
The company, which currently has a growing network mainly based in the car parks of Greene King pubs, has made US firm Tritium its "preferred technology partner", and will invest £25 million in the next two years to install 350 of Tritium's fast chargers.
These charging stations will be located at Peel-owned retail parks, Greene King pubs and hotels.
Evyve has already installed 60 Tritium chargers, and the CEO, James Moat, stated that the goal of the deal is to provide a seamless and reliable customer experience, and to support the UK's transition to electric vehicles today and into the future.
The partnership comes following Tritium’s second major deal in weeks with BP, which will see the US firm supply it with fast chargers in the United Kingdom, the United States, Europe and Australia.