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ubitricity is now the UK’s largest public EV charging network with over 2,554 charge points and a 12,5% market share. That’s according to statistics from ZapMap, a UK independent charge point database.

ubitricity has developed a low-cost smart EV charger which is so small it can fit within a lamppost or bollard and is so cost-effective to purchase and install it has become a feature of many UK streets. 

The company has received investment from several strategic investors including EDF Deutschland GmbH, next47 GmbH (Siemens) and Honda Motor Company.

Lex Hartman, CEO of ubitricity, says: “Working with our partners, local authorities, and customers we are committed to providing Electricity for Everyone, Everywhere and accelerating the adoption of EVs in the UK, across Europe and further afield. We are ready to copy our success in other countries as well such as Germany, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and more.”

ubitricity was established in 2008 and its headquarters in Berlin, Germany

To read our full interview with Lex Hartman, click on the link.

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