LEVC agrees EV supply deal
- Posted by: Alan Feldberg
- Category: News
LEVC (London Electric Vehicle Company) has signed a contract to supply 30 electric vans to bp pulse, one of the UK’s leading providers of EV charging infrastructure.
The VN5 electric vans are being used by bp pulse’s electricians when installing EV charging points across the country and will also help field service engineers maintain bp pulse’s UK-wide network of more than 8,000 public charging points.
The introduction of the LEVC VN5 to the bp pulse vehicle fleet is the first step in the company’s strategy to electrify its commercial vehicles and means that half of its fleet has now transitioned to electric.
Joerg Hofmann, CEO of LEVC, said: “I am pleased to announce bp pulse as one of our first fleet customers in the UK. VN5 is the ideal solution for businesses looking to electrify their fleet and transition to greener mobility, offering zero-emission capability with minimal downtime and no range anxiety.”
Ross Mabon, COO of bp pulse, said: “As a leading provider of EV charging infrastructure, we have placed great importance on ensuring that we electrify our commercial fleet with vehicles that meet our business needs while delivering significant zero emissions capability. The LEVC VN5 is in the right segment for us and will ensure that our electricians can carry out their work reliably and efficiently.”