DSHI, a “green technologies” company focusing on renewable energy innovations for micro-grid and remote power applications, announced today that they were presenting the EnerDynamic technology to the selection committee and board of the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) who are administering a Plugged-In Places programme (PIP) in the United Kingdom.
PIP is an electric vehicle recharging commitment by the Government to provide infrastructure for mainstream electric vehicles as they come to the UK. “The Government is supporting three existing Plugged-In Places in London, Milton Keynes and the North East which are already installing recharging points in their areas.
The EnerDynamic technology is unique because it does not require the huge upfront cost for installation of dedicated charging bollards, and the system is adaptable to any type of RFID or swipe card payment system the committee chooses to endorse.
“By utilizing the power in existing lamp posts, we can reduce the initial cost, eliminate much of the congestion and traffic jams caused by closing roads to run wiring to dedicated charging bollards, and allow councils to phase in EV charging as demand dictates.” added Al Scott, President of DSHI.
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