EO are a UK based company founded in 2015 by Charlie Jardine, with their products being designed and manufactured in the UK as well as distributing to over 30 countries around the world. EO stands for ‘Electricity Online’ – the central idea behind their vision of designing smart energy technologies for the future. Their website states that “we’ve grown to become the global leader in charging electric fleets. We started small, with a big ambition, and know that we’re only just getting started” and in line with the aim of their products they declare that “We’re working to reduce our carbon emissions and aim to be carbon zero by 2025”. This will be refreshing to know for someone who is a big believer in doing everything we can to lower our carbon footprint and in most cases the first step taken is to drive an Electric car. Some points to note are that…
Who are EO?
- EO Charging was selected as one of Uber’s official electric vehicles charging partners in a bid to help all its drivers transition to electric by 2025.
- In 2019, Sainsbury’s became the first UK supermarket to deliver online grocery orders across London using zero emission electric vans. All powered by EO.
- In 2021, EO Charging partnered with Amazon to power the company’s growing fleet of electric delivery vans here in the UK and Ireland.
EO Mini Pro 2 – Small in size, big in power. First of all, the EO Mini Pro is eligible for the OZEV Grant which is useful for customers who are looking to take advantage of the scheme providing them with a £350 grant on domestic and commercial installs at their home or workplace (please note that the scheme for homeowners expires on the 1st April 2022). The Mini Pro is the world’s smallest smart charger, it’s smart as you can manage, monitor, and schedule your charging sessions with the EO Smart Home app and it’s a safe option with home power balancing and locking feature to prevent unauthorised vehicles using your charger. The EO Mini Pro 2 comes in 4 different colours black, grey, white, and blue all of which are available for our clients to choose from depending on availability. Lastly if you want to charge your car using green energy, Mini Pro 2 connects to your solar panels using innovative solar matching functionality this comes at an additional cost of £60 on top of the charger unit.
Why should I choose EO?
Subject to a FREE no obligation site survey you would be looking at £600 + VAT (Excluding the cost of installation) per unit installed. As part of the installation, we will provide you with information on how to download and operate the app ensuring that you’re all set up before leaving site and ready to use your brand-new charger.
How much does an EO cost to install?
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