Start-up to create 'EV' charging network

Published: 02 October 2019

Electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure firm Forev has unveiled plans to create a network of rapid EV chargers throughout Scotland after inking a supply deal with an Austrian traffic tech specialist.

Under the agreement, Swarco eVolt will provide the start-up, led by Edinburgh businessman Lindsay Wallace, with technology, a back office operating system, and service and maintenance support.

Swarco eVolt is highly regarded by the Energy Saving Trust and Transport Scotland, as well as existing EV owners...

Lindsay Wallace, Founder and Ceo, Forev

 

Forev aims to own, operate and maintain a network of charging points that supports the accelerated adoption of EVs. The Scottish Government has committed to phasing out the need for fossil-fuelled cars in Scotland by 2032. 

Forev, which pledges to only use 100 per cent accredited clean energy, believes installing fast chargers on busy public sites is the best solution. Swarco’s technology ranges from lamppost charging to the dual outlet 22 and 50-kilowatt chargers offered through the Forev network...

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