Morrison Energy Services has been awarded a place on the EV charging framework to support a major roll-out in the North of England
The agreement covers:
- the installation of EV charge points,
- site surveys and feasibility studies
- civils and electrical design,
- electrical infrastructure installations
50% reduction in carbon by 2030
As an M Group Services operating business, Morrison Energy Services is committed to working towards a 50% reduction in carbon by 2030. The installation of EV infrastructure is a fundamental element of this.
Electric ‘core’ fleet by 2030
M Group Services recently joined the EV100. Its entire ‘core’ fleet will be transitioning to electric by 2030, alongside installing charging points at key locations across the UK. Morrison Energy Services will be at the forefront of this transition.
Jamie Doyle, contract director at Morrison Energy Services, said: “We are delighted to have been invited onto the framework, which will allow us to further expand our presence in the EV charging market.
“This is a great opportunity to combine the strengths of Morrison Energy Services as an established energy networks service provider to support a major EV charging roll-out with a client who is already working with key local authorities and other partners to build a strong regional network in the North.”
Preparing for the next-phase network expansion of 1,000 charger installations
Asif Ghafoor, CEO of Be.EV, said: “We deliver working, future-proof EV charging solutions on private and public land.
“In our model we plan, take care of and pay for both the infrastructure and power upgrades.
“We’re currently getting ready for our next-phase network expansion, with 1,000 charger installations.
“For that, we need the help of trusted partners who have the right scale and expertise.
“We’re delighted to welcome Morrison Energy Services as one of them.”
Be.EV operates the biggest public charging network in Greater Manchester, working with Transport for Greater Manchester, local authorities, public sector organisations and private businesses to build regional networks of public chargers that are accessible to all.