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E.ON is leading the energy transition, providing smart, sustainable and personalised solutions for customers at home, in business and across entire towns and cities. As part of the E.ON Group, we’re one of the foremost energy companies in the world. Our core focus is to provide decentralised, green, and interconnected solutions that address the needs of our customers and those of the environment. We aim to lead the global shift towards new technology by working with customers, companies and across communities to make energy simpler, smarter and more sustainable. How we can help your EV journey As well as installing intelligent home & Business EV chargers, we also have a network of over 36,000 charging stations across the UK and Europe (all accessible to E.ON EV customers) meaning you’ll always have somewhere to charge. For more information eonenergy.com
NAL is a specialist manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of infrastructure products. Established in 1996, NAL immediately impacted the highways industry with the unique and innovative Retention Socket. Since then, our range of products has grown and developed to simplify and reduce installation and maintenance costs involved in Traffic Signals, Street Lighting, Signage, Street Furniture, Motorway and EV Installations. The award-winning Universal EV Foundation for Fast, Rapid and High-Performance Chargers and cabinet base solutions are designed to secure all types of EV charge units and cabinets. Our range of EV products simplifies civils installations and reduces both installation and maintenance costs. Our systems also future-proof all installations, allowing units to be replaced quickly and easily if damaged or when future upgrades and additional capacity are required. nal.ltd.uk/ev-charging
Current± is a leading source of news, insight and opinion on the UK energy transition, covering the decarbonisation of the energy system and the policies and technologies needed to make it happen such as electric vehicles, heat pumps, and wind turbines.