Anglian Water rolls out EV charging points

It has set different pay-as-you-go rates for staff and visitors while its own fleet vehicles can charge for free.

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Charging points for electric vehicles (EVs) have been rolled out across six of Anglian Water’s sites in the UK.

The network consists of SecuriCharge, AutoCharge and Quantum EV charging units, which means the water company has been able to set pay-as-you-go tariffs with different rates for staff and visitors while its own fleet vehicles can charge for free.

Anglian Water is using Rolec’s EV Charging Online management system across the sites including Lancaster House in Huntingdon and Thorpe Wood House in Peterborough.

Six charging points have currently been installed but there are plans to have 24 in total across the sites.

Stewart Lightbody, Head of Fleet Services at Anglian Water said: “We can now provide our fleet and staff with an affordable electric vehicle charging point to keep emissions as low as we possibly can. As a business, we’re committed to reducing our carbon emissions and this is another fantastic example.”

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