Multi-disciplinary modern contracting business, Enerveo has announced its latest partnership with award-winning fleet manager Rivus, as both organisations drive to net zero through the installation of Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure.
The investment made by Rivus has seen Enerveo install 100 EV charging points across 20 Rivus nationwide garages by January 2023. A further 10 key sites will be addressed during the first quarter of 2023 which will add another 50 chargers to Rivus capabilities. Rivus is supporting customers in their transition to electric fleets and have invested heavily into EV capabilities, including ensuring there are qualified EV technicians at each of its sites.
Enerveo was selected following a comprehensive tender process and are focused on helping organisations and communities to reach their own net zero carbon targets. They are working with Rivus on charging point installations to help alleviate nationwide demand and support the influx of electric vehicles on the road ahead of the 2030 ban on diesel and petrol vehicles.
“With the road to our fully enabled EV network well under way, the support we have had from the Enerveo installation and groundwork teams has been fantastic. Enerveo have worked really closely with our EV and garage teams to ensure that operational disruption was kept to an absolute minimum as they dug up garage car parks to successfully complete the charging point installations,” said Sarah Gray, Head of Alternative Fuels at Rivus.
“Enerveo is a key partner for us in helping our customers transition their fleets to zero emissions, improving their sustainability and meeting their company objectives. The charge point installation program with Enerveo is also helping us switch our own company car fleet to 100% electric by the end of 2023 as part of our sustainability strategy.”
Enerveo provides a number of EV infrastructure solutions to organisations across the UK and Ireland – from design to maintenance – including services for public transport, fleet charging, public charging schemes and EV Hubs.