As a fully independent electric vehicle charging solutions provider, ChargePoint Services is able to select the latest and most appropriate technology to best align with client requirements.

Best in Class – Criteria

  • Reliability

  • Ease of Use

  • Functionality

  • Interoperability

  • Fully Upgradeable

  • Robust

The strength of our industry partnerships is one of the reasons why ChargePoint Services is able to offer precisely the right EV charging solution  for our clients

ABL

ChargePoint Services partner with ABL-Sursum to provide both domestic & commercial EV charging solutions, offering compact solutions with high-level functionality.

Evolt

ChargePoint Services partner with Evolt, suppliers of electric vehicle charging hardware, to provide all levels of reliable, robust public & workplace networked EV charging solutions.

British Gas

World class consortium partner  – British Gas provide ChargePoint Services with installation & maintenance services nationally enabling the provision of integrated & coordinated EV charging solutions.

The Phoenix Works

National accredited domestic installer partner.  The Phoenix Works provide domestic installation & maintenance support for ChargePoint Services.

Source London

ChargePoint Services & Source London working together to provide integrated Rapid charging across London.

SSE

World class consortium partner  – SSE provide ChargePoint Services with installation & maintenance services nationally enabling the provision of integrated & coordinated EV charging solutions.

Schneider Electric

ChargePoint Services & Schneider Electric have formed a joint partnership.

ChargePoint Services have been appointed as approved supplier for the Schneider Electric EVLink range of EV charging hardware.  In addition Schneider Electric have chosen the GeniePoint Platform as their preferred back office solution for EV charging.

See how ChargePoint Services can help you find the best EV charging solution

Our Clients

ChargePoint Services were the original EV Network in the UK, responsible for planning and implementing the Olympic Games site in 2012.