EDF helps Government with EV transition
EDF will help the UK Government to boost the public sector’s electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure.
Having been appointed by the Crown Commercial Service, EDF will help install a network of EV chargers in a range of environments, not just for central government departments, but also for police forces, local authorities, hospitals and other public sector bodies.
Vincent De Rul, director of EV Solutions at EDF, said to Electrical Review, “This appointment further underlines EDF’s role in helping Britain achieve net zero. The installation of effective electric vehicle charging infrastructure is vital to enable progress towards this goal.
“We are delighted that the government has confirmed its faith in our capabilities, following the successful supply contract that we already hold with CCS. We are looking forward to continuing to work with government and public sector customers to help deliver the infrastructure that the UK needs.”