Solar & EV Charging Investment Funding

Solar & EV Charging Investment Funding

We have teamed up with best Electric Vehicle charging and Solar Car Parking companies in the UK to offer a No Capital Cost Solar PV & EV charging system. The fund is aimed at commercial business across the UK to upscale their exiting carparking facillity with latest hardware to meet the demand of the Electric Car Market.

We have secured over £20 million in investment for the project to install Solar PV & EV charging systems before 2020. All service and maintenance is suported by Operational and Maintenance contracts within the investment fund, and it’s our aim to assist each client to generate their own income revenue through, business rental or sponsorship of each charging station to offer Green Bay Parking on your site.

 

Adding Solar Carports provideds the benefit from free electricity produced by the integrated Solar PV modules, for a “green” and very energy efficient system. If space is an issue,  Solar PV can be installed to an adjacent building to compliment any energy efficiency policy or green stratagy you company has in place.

Our Engineers configure each charging bay to suit your own requirements, installing 7kW chargers for multiple parking bay coverage, to our full-featured rapid tethered and untethered solutions. We return our investment through an agreed standing charge per charging bay, starting from as little as £4/per point per day. After 10 years, you can choose to extend the scheme on an annual basis or have the full system transferred to your ownership with all existing benefits, the choice is yours.

 

what type of charger do you need?

The majority users of EV charging stations are Hybrid, small family or fleet hire vehicles. Many of these vehicles can not take the charge capacity of a Supercharger and will only charge at the rate the battery can except electricity, through it’s own Battery Management System onboard. Many misconceptions by sales representatives will push the Top end product that may not suit the vast majority of your end users. The average Supercharger EV cable will cost approximately £1500 per annum, plus the callout fee to replace it. Over 10 years this soon will add to £15000.00 wasting money on servicing contracts and replacing parts more frequently that could have been avoided.   

“It’s worth pointing out that there’s unlikely to be much movement on superfast charging until automakers have cars on the market that can make use of it, and such cars are in the works. Today, the Kia Soul EV is the only non-Tesla electric car that has a charging capacity up to 100 kW (the max is typically 50 kW)” Hyundai Ioniq is supposed to have the same, and Volkswagen Group (including Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche) has made announcements that make it clear future electric models should have capability up to or even above 150 kW. Still, these cars are years away, and there’s no strong sign that the automaker is aiming to bring about a genuinely satisfactory superfast-charging network. Quoted from cleantechnica.com

 

 Whats happening in the market today….. 

• Volvo 50% hybrid and 50% electric vehicles by 2019
• France zero petrol & diesel car manufacturing by 2040
• Model 3 produced from Tesla as the new family    affordable Electric car
• £246m government injection for battery storage 
• BMW announce the new e-Mini to be produced 
• UK zero petrol & diesel car manufacturing by 2040

 

2016 saw a 56% increase in Electric Cars sales, the UK EV charging point infrastructure is limited to provide the services to cope with the demand. By the end of 2017 there will still be less than 15.000 charging points available to the UK public which is why investment funding is available NOW for a limited time. 

 
Example how it works for you
 
Based on 12p/kW on a 7Kw charger, the grid power over 1 hour charge would cost the business 7 x 12p equal to 84p per hour. The current going rate for using EV chargers is approximately 30p/kw, 1 hour charge would cost the customer typically £2.10. the same power would be free if the energy is being produced by Solar PV.
 
Site hosts have a number of ways to recover not only the day rate charge of £4 per charger, but other incomes. They can simply add the £4 per day to the rental of the shops in the shopping centres, or can ask each of the shops to “sponsor” a charger, whereby they pay £4/day for example to have their name or branding added to each charger, stating “Theses EV charger is provided by M&S” for example. Additionally, or as an alternative, the parking spaces themselves can incur a “Green tariff parking fee”.
 
Each Solar array is capable of producing 45.000 kw per year which based on 12p per Kw the revenue generated would be £5400.00 free electricity. 
 
Rapid Charger and Supercharger Abuse is becoming common and companies are looking for solutions. Few chartering station lead EV owners to remain on station beyond the charging period for free parking. We simply resolve the issue by charging the car parking fee within the Kw price and hours required. When the time has completed charge the owner has 10 minutes to remove the vehicle or be charged the same cost as if a ticket has expired. 
 
 
What do you get in return
 
Your business sets the tariff rates for the Electric Charging Points 
 
• Your Solar Pv provides free electricity and an income based on you selling the power 
 
• Your contributing to the Co2 emissions for clean air  
 
• Our system is maintained throughout the contract to get the best performance
 
• Your market is ready made and increasing in size daily
 
• All car parking will require 20% spaces of EV Charging points at your initial cost
 
• You own the whole system after 10 years and can increase the site as demand grow
 

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*Fully serviced EV & Solar PV contracts are subject to a 10 year contract with a minimum installation of 10 dual charging stations and 49.1kW of Solar PV.