Renewable power provider Good Energy has teamed up with software provider Jumptech to support a new electric vehicle service which will help businesses to install faster charging points in their facilities.
The new partnership will use a platform that allows customers to carry out a survey of their business premises ahead of installing EV chargers.
The software works by texting customers a link to a mobile optimised form which allows the capture of business details, site information, and photos.
The tool aims to lower costs, enhance customer experience, and allow Chippenham-based Good Energy to qualify suitable customers quickly.
Cambridge-based Jumptech has a strong background in developing products for the low-carbon sector; including building a widely used field service solution to support the smart meter roll-out.
“Good Energy believes in partnerships, bringing the best companies out there to deliver innovative propositions for our customers," said CEO Juliet Davenport.
"Jumptech fits that brief: innovative; intelligent; and passionate about the zero-carbon economy. Their new platform is a unique resource and will offer our One Point electric vehicle charging product to more businesses investing in zero carbon transport.”
Jumptech founder Phil Nunn added: “We’re delighted to be supporting Good Energy, assisting with their One Point EV proposition and looking forward to helping them to scale their EV offerings as the market grows”.