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Electric Vehicles Infrastructure

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SSE Energy Solutions has the experience and capability to manage the end-to-end delivery of electric vehicle infrastructure – helping you to be powered by green energy.

At SSE Energy Solutions, we’re helping many UK businesses make the switch to electric vehicles (EV), working closely with our partners and external supply chain to provide best-in-class EV solutions.

Our solutions span the entire delivery and project management lifecycle – from understanding the path to EV and how to invest, to running EV infrastructure as a managed service, to galvanising your fleet and helping you to meet your objectives. We can also draw on the wider strength of the SSE Group to provide our own green energy tariffs.

Not only can we guarantee a cost-effective solution, we can help you to manage the transition from fossil fuel-based vehicles to an EV fleet. It’s a learning curve – and SSE Energy Solutions will be with you every step of the way, from pilot projects to fully scaled-out infrastructure.

SSE Energy Solutions sponsoring OLEV Go Ultra Low Campaign

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SSE Energy Solutions is proud to be one of the sponsors of the Government-led campaign GO ULTRA LOW. The aim of the campaign is to to provide comprehensive facts and information to support consumers and business to make an informed decision about switching to an electric vehicle (EV).

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New research published today by Go Ultra Low, which looks at the normalisation of technology, has found that two thirds of consumers expect “electric cars” to be referred to as “cars” by 2030.

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Public Transport

SSE Energy Solutions has played a key role in the initial electrification of buses in London. We also deliver the electrification of routes for both national and regional operators, leading selected partners, and are also able to invest in the infrastructure required. Following close collaboration with operators, transport authorities and bus companies, we successfully installed over 250 charging points across 6 London depots, as well as 43 points at the Waterloo bus depot for Go-Ahead London.

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Commercial Fleet

Using our strength as a multi-utility, diversified energy business, we are helping fleet owners make the transition from fossil fuel to electric vehicles. We work with best-in-class partners to help our clients with their journey, offering end-to-end solutions – from consulting, trials and scale-ups to operations and maintenance, with the ability to provide investment as well.

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Being a proud principal partner of COP26 and committing to electrify our 3,500 SSE fleet vehicles by 2030, in line with our EV100 commitment, shows we are leading the way.

We are helping the UK transition to EV by providing infrastructure and expertise for the fleet and commercial vehicle sectors. SSE’s specialist team of EV experts can help you make the change too with our bespoke EV Charging solutions.

Solutions to help with Decarbonising Transport

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Get ready for the electric vehicle (EV) revolution, make your employees’ lives easier, and show your commitment to sustainability with our EV workplace charging solution.

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SSE Green EV

Save money and cut your emissions by charging your electric vehicles (EV) with zero-carbon electricity from our UK wind farms and hydro plants.

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Smart cities & places

Find out how working in partnership we can deliver integrated technologies and physical assets and network to optimise the efficiency of city operations its inhabitants

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Smart transport

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