Total Gas & Power and ChargePoint have partnered to bring world-leading networked EV charging technology to the UK. Traditional, non-networked or “dumb” chargers can be cheaper upfront, but they will cost more in the long run when you have to pull them out and replace them with networked chargers that have the features drivers demand. Networked, or “smart,” charging solutions allow all types of businesses to connect EV charging stations to a network. No matter what business you’re in, this offers many benefits, from remote monitoring of stations, to customising who can charge and how much they pay, to installing more stations without electrical upgrades. This can benefit businesses that want to install more charging spots without putting in a new transformer, retail stores that want to set a fee for charging after people are done shopping or multifamily communities that need to track residents’ energy use. Networked charging also makes it easy to get new features over time, like new ways to charge or new reporting options. For further information Call us on 0800 542 3275 or email EV@totalgp.com
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New Power is a specialist news website and report for anyone with an interest in the UK energy industry. It looks in- depth at all the issues that have to be addressed to rebuild the industry – moving from a centralised high-carbon power system to one that will provide heat and power securely, affordably and with minimal carbon dioxide emissions. It provides a comprehensive source of insight and knowledge, New Power examines the challenges of moving from a central high-carbon power system to one that will provide heat and power securely, affordably and with minimal carbon dioxide emissions. New Power is an unrivalled information source for anyone with an investment in the UK’s electricity industry (such as utilities, traders, investors, major contractors, professional services, consumers, consultants). Subscribers benefit from expert insight on the industry and its ongoing evolution through a monthly New Power Report, as well as weekly newsletters and daily online news. Paying subscribers can also access a unique, comprehensive database of more than 2,500 UK power plants and projects across the UK. This searchable resource provides subscribers with data in minutes, enabling informed market analysis and planning that may otherwise take days and significant budget to resource.
The Energyst magazine and theenergyst.com cover all things energy from an end-user perspective. Readers span large and small companies across all industries as well as the public sector. The print publication serves senior energy, facilities and building services managers as well as directors and consultants working with them. The magazine, website and newsletter cover the latest developments in energy policy, legislation and technology with a firm footing in economic reality to help businesses reduce costs and become more energy efficient. Energyst Media also produces specialist reports, market research and events.
Mission Critical Power is the most recent magazine launch from Energyst Media. It specialises in efficient optimisation of critical sites giving advice on resilience, maximum uptime and lowering the costs of this. It is read by Data Centre, Energy, Facilities and Building Service Managers and Directors among others whose function to to keep a site running effectively while ensuring availability. For more information or to receive your free copy visit the site here.
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