The National Trust will roll-out EV charge points across an increasing number of its sites after agreeing a partnership deal with Rolec EV.
The result will see the charge point provider’s units and wall boxes installed across the UK, with millions of visitors each year heading to National Trust locations.
Rolec EV’s AutoCharge: EV Pedestals will be installed in National Trust visitor car parks, with wall mounted units also set to be installed too, primarily for staff and fleet use. Rolec will also install charging points at National Trust holiday cottage sites.
Kieron Alsop, Rolec EV Managing Director, said: “We are delighted that the National Trust have chosen to install a range of our EV charging points at their many beautiful sites around the country.
“The organisation is clearly working hard to lessen its environmental footprint and has chosen Rolec products to help them achieve that goal.”
As a charity that owns hundreds of sites across the UK, the National Trust has stated that it is aiming to cut its overall energy usage by 20 per cent by 2020, and source 50 per cent of that from renewable sources on their land.
You can find existing National Trust locations with EV charge points on Zap-Map, find out more about Rolec EV by visiting the company’s website, or use the Zap-Map Installer Tool to find Rolec installers for home or workplace installations.
Top image courtesy of National Trust