UK: Engenie to install HPC at Brookhouse sites
Retail estate developer Brookhouse Group has opened high power charging points (HPC) at seven of its busiest retail parks and unveiled plans to turn three more locations into charging sites by the end of 2020. Engenie will install the chargers.
At the ten Brookhouse sites across the UK, Engenie says it will install 12 rapid chargers by the end of the year. 13 such rapid chargers are already open to the public at the afore-mentioned seven charging sites.
Mike Nuttall, Property Director at Brookhouse said: “The way we travel is changing like never before and already we are seeing a wholesale shift towards electric mobility. Customers will expect to be able to charge their vehicles wherever they shop, and our tenants will expect us to provide the infrastructure which enables them to do so. Engenie’s convenient, easy to use and rapid chargers provide the perfect solution to attract the rapidly growing number of EV driving customers to our sites.”
The rapid charging points at the Brookhouse sites will be able to access the points without memberships or subscriptions, instead simply using a contactless payment method. Engenie says that the charging points are compatible with “every EV on the market today.”
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