Algeco UK partners to deliver EV chargers

Algeco’s UK business has added a range of electric vehicle (EV) chargers to its rental offering, to help customers meet their carbon emissions targets.

One of Algeco's EV chargers Algeco UK to offer full installation and certification for EV charging units. (PHOTO: Algeco)

The portable accommodation rental company has partnered with EV specialist Smart Green Chargers to offer 7kW, 11kW and 22kW units on flexible rental agreements.

“As the construction industry continues to focus on sustainability and environmental goals, Algeco customers are already relying on EVs, from use of personal vehicles through to construction plant and equipment,” the company said.

With both 4G and WiFi, the chargers have software from Monta that allows users to see remotely if a charger is in use, reserve a slot and run diagnostics. 

The units incorporate hybrid technology that allows them to deliver “disruption free charging” when being powered by generators rather than the grid supply.

Algeco and Smart Green Chargers will fully install the units and give customers an Electrical Installation Certificate after each install. Algeco is has also begun installing chargers at its 22 sites in the UK,

Cai Challinor, 360 Products and Services Executive at Algeco, said, “Our new EV charger offering will help our customers to meet their sustainability goals, and lessen the environmental impact that the construction industry is having on the world.

“With the increased demand for EV chargers set to increase rapidly over the next few years, we know how important it is to meet customer demand across our sites, with a reliable, convenient EV Charger offering.”

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