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TSG partners Box Energi on the roll-out of Drive Energi

John Wood ·
Tritium's Drive Energi chargers

TSG, the sales and service provider to the fuel retail and commercial fleet fueling industries, has agreed a partnership agreement with EV charging company Box Energi.

The agreement means TSG will be the official installer and service provider for Box Energi’s new Drive Energi network – where it aims to roll out 2,500 rapid EV charge points across the UK.

The double header units will be available on a pay-as-you-go basis, with contactless bank car access and will feature two 50 kW rapid chargers, with CCS and CHAdeMO connectors, live in at least 100 sites by the end of January 2020. Box Energi says the initiative is set to more than double the UK’s existing EV charging infrastructure.

Paul Davidson, service director at TSG, commented: “We are delighted to have been part of this exciting initiative. TSG is committed to building the UK’s EV charging network and this latest development is a real coup in our development plans and for the UK.

“Our team of over 200 highly experienced, in-house service and installation engineers are already set up to complete the installations within at least 100 sites, before February 2020, and TSG is looking forward to growing our partnership with James and Box Energi.”

James Moat, CEO of Box Energi, said: “We are thrilled to have TSG on board as our installation and service provider. Paul and his team have been an integral part of the creation of Drive Energi and we’re all eagerly looking forward to working together to make this vision a reality.”

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