The 100% renewable energy provider will have EV charging points installed at its offices in Wiltshire by the smart solutions provider.
Following the six-month trial, the companies aim to work in partnership to develop an electric vehicle charging proposition for Good Energy’s business and domestic customers.
NewMotion’s smart technology monitors usage, manages charge costs, provides journey planning and load balances power requirements on the National Grid.
Dr Randall Bowen, Director of Business Services at Good Energy, said: “We’re delighted to be working with NewMotion to diversify our offering and invest further in our electric vehicle capabilities.
“Electric vehicles form an important part of our new strategy: an increased focus on clean technologies.”
Good Energy has also recently partnered with the Eden Project to launch its first energy storage solution.