We believe that destination charging is the long term solution of reducing range anxiety. Our vast experience within the car park sector allows us to offer expert advice by recommending the ideal solutions for this setting.
The dwell time produced on these sites is the perfect length of time to top up your charge.
“It is important for Q-Park to future-proof our business and more importantly deliver a growing service to a new group of customers.”
“By partnering with Franklin Energy in Liverpool we are able to offer EV charging points to our customers at our flagship facility.”
— John Denton
(Head of Sales and Marketing)
We manage charging points across Q Park sites in the North of England across Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield and York. The charging points show on Franklin Energy’s LiFe charging network and can be accessed through my.franklinenergy.co.uk where drivers can pay for electricity using our web application.
Electric vehicle owners will be able to use the car charging points, and anyone with a smart phone can access and pay for charging on the spot.
Robert Byrne, founder of Franklin Energy, said:
“Looking back, this has been our biggest milestone to date since we started trading and now the pilot has proven to be a success it has the potential to provide public car charging access to thousands of electric vehicle users all over the UK.”
OUR CAR PARK CLIENTS:
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We have a variety of chargers for all types of corporate life from retail parks to office charging.
A load management system allows several electric cars to charge at the same time without requiring costly investments in building connections. Dynamic load management will increase or reduce the charging stations’ power capacity in relation to the building’s overall load. This ensures that all charging stations are supplied with the highest possible amount of power and that the total load of the building connection is never exceeded.
The charging power is reduced automatically whenever there are any peak loads. Load management allows a significantly higher
number of electric vehicles to charge using the existing electrical infrastructure than would possible with unregulated charging.
Additionally, the data obtained through load management can be used for billing purposes or provided to interested users for
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