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British pub and retailing business, Marston’s, has notched up a 100th rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging site in its partnership with Osprey.

British pub and retailing business, Marston’s, has notched up a 100th rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging site in its partnership with Osprey.

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The roll-out, which began in November 2018, is pitched as the largest of its kind in the UK. The partnership will see a total of 400 rapid EV chargers installed across 200 sites.

Andy Kershaw, Head of Property at Marston’s, says: “Sustainability is becoming a key consideration in day-to-day life, with the demand for EV chargers only increasing.”

“We are very proud to have achieved this milestone with our infrastructure delivery and operating partner, Osprey, and we look forward to developing our infrastructure further over the next 12 months.”

“The 100th site installation represents a significant milestone towards our goal to become the UK’s most environmentally efficient pub business. The support and commitment of Osprey has been crucial to achieving this nationally, without disruption to our day-to-day operations.”

Ian Johnston, CEO at Osprey, says: “With the ban on the sales of new petrol and diesel cars less than 10 years away, it’s crucial to support EV drivers with the infrastructure that they want – rapid, convenient and accessible to all.”

“Our partnership with Marston’s will continue to meet the needs of EV drivers and allow them to enjoy great food and drink facilities while they top up.”

Source : retailtechinnovationhub
Anand Gupta Editor - EQ Int'l Media Network