One of the biggest questions for electric car drivers is how easy it is to charge their car
With that in mind, DriveElectric and the Smart Mobility Unit of the University of Hertfordshire have launched a survey to understand more about the access to electric vehicles for businesses and their charging.
It is part of a much larger innovation project, entitled Electric Vehicle (EV) Network Extender (NetX) Field Trial that is testing a technology that would greatly improve the provision of publicly available EV charging.
We are exploring areas that would make it easier to access EV charging so more people and businesses could have the ability to use an electric vehicle now.
By participating in this research, you will be contributing to the advancement of science and research in the field of electric vehicles.
A thank you from us
As a thank you for your time we will be offering all respondents a free consultation on how best to electrify your fleet.
There is also the opportunity to win the following;
- Free NetX workplace charger (subject to suitability assessment)
- 1 of 20 Non Plastic Beach plastic free starter kits
Useful resources for fleets looking to make the switch
NetX project partners are DriveElectric (survey and data collection), EB Charging (installation and charger management, and project lead partner), Hangar19 (charger design, production and charging back-office management) and the Smart Mobility Unit at the University of Hertfordshire (research partner).
Any personal business data will be processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016 (GDPR). All the data collected in this survey will be anonymised by DriveElectric before being passed to the researchers at the University and to InnovateUK who are funding this work as part of a national programme of research into On-Street and Wireless Charging. Only aggregated anonymous data will be used in the reports and research publications derived from this work.