TriConnex and EO Charging to offer fully integrated EV charging for new build housing

TriConnex and EO Charging to offer fully integrated EV charging for new build housing

TriConnex, an independent multi-utility provider, has announced the launch of a residential electric vehicle (EV) charging product in partnership with EV charging provider EO Charging.

The solution includes the supply, design and connection of EV chargers between 7kW and 350kW, depending on the size and scale of a developer’s project.

Meeting the growing customer demand for electric vehicle charging can increase the value of residential developments. TriConnex can support and advise developers on the extra capacity required to provide household and shared EV charging facilities.

Through its partnership with EO Charging, TriConnex has announced that it now offers a fully inclusive product that also provides a lifetime adoption option for long-term ownership and management of off-plot, shared and community chargers, removing this burden from management companies.

Whilst it is straightforward to fit a charging point to a single dwelling, there are inevitable complexities in shared developments or spaces such as with billing, maintenance and repairs of the equipment. TriConnex’ partnership with EO Charging seeks to resolve this by installing smart equipment that can distinguish the cars and energy used each time for smart billing, as well as providing customer care and service.

Chris Doré, Business Development Manager at TriConnex Ltd, said: “As the transition to electric vehicles gathers momentum, we expect to see an increasing demand for reliable, competitively priced charging installations from EV owners who don’t have access to on-plot parking. By providing a full range of residential EV charging solutions we want to add value to our customers’ developments and enable drivers to switch to electric vehicles.”

Charlie Jardine, CEO at EO Charging, said: “The majority of electric vehicle drivers find it easiest to charge their vehicles at home, and overnight when electricity is often cheaper. By analysing where domestic vehicles spend the most dwell time, often at home, it’s clear that investment needs to be made in both private and public charging infrastructure to support the green revolution. With the Government set to mandate chargers in all new developments, this partnership is ahead of the curve in helping to deliver this service for residents who want to embrace the EV revolution now.” 

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