R-EV Power has recently completed a big project for a Wrexham based pharmaceutical company, which has played a huge part in the Covid-19 vaccine rollout. Wockhardt, who are based on the same industrial estate as R-EV Power have been thinking about what lies in the future when it comes to Transportation, particularly for staff.
As EV’s become more and more common, colleagues racing out to the car park to plug in next will become a common occurrence. This is something that Wockhardt have thought about. With their latest installation of EV chargers, eight more sockets have become available on top of their existing two.
R-EV Power set out to offer an EV charging solution that would suit busy staff who are at the office all day and visitors who will likely be topping up while on site. Four single-socket 7kW chargers were installed in different car parks across the site, offering plug and play charging to any member of staff who needs a top-up, these units could be wall-mounted and fixed to buildings in convenient spots on site. Two twin-socket 7kW chargers were also fitted in areas with no available mounting points, these floor mounted chargers are particularly handy as the single units offer 2 sockets so supply 2 bays with EV charging.
Project EV chargers were used throughout this project, with their ever-expanding range of chargers, R-EV Power is always able to offer bespoke EV charging solutions for customers with particular requirements. With this charging arrangement, staff can quite easily plug-in in the morning and charge ready for the end of the day (and what a great perk of the job that is!).