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Good Energy partners with Engenie to accelerate EV charging


100% clean power company, Good Energy, is today announcing a new partnership with nationwide EV charging network specialists Engenie.

An agreement was signed this month between the two companies to support new business opportunities in the fast‐moving electric vehicle market.

The UK’s charging network is being upgraded quickly and access is expanding. Zap‐Map data shows that the number of public charge point locations grew by 57% in 2019, standing at over 11,000. And National Grid estimates that there could be up to 11 million electric vehicles on UK roads by 2030, up from 265,000 plug‐in cars today.

Innovative companies, such as Engenie and Good Energy, have been quick to establish themselves in the growing sector. Engenie is a proven public charging network EV installer with a strong supply chain for DC rapid charging. The company is on target to install 2,000 rapid chargers in the UK by 2024, supported by a recent £35 million funding round.

Good Energy has a strong focus on fast AC charging with its new One Point service. The all‐in‐one service is currently being piloted across the country, targeting destination and workplace charging locations. The combination of these two specialist offerings will enable businesses, commercial landlords and local authorities to benefit from a blend of rapid DC charging and slower AC charging to match a mixture of parking durations and associated charging requirements, rather than adopting a one size fits all approach. The partnership will offer different funding and ownership options. The new agreement also establishes an offer for Good Energy customers to benefit from using Engenie’s public charging network at a discounted rate.

Good Energy’s CEO and Founder, Juliet Davenport, said: “More and more businesses are aware of the need to invest in clean transport. This new partnership means Good Energy can offer businesses a full range of EV charging needs, and, more importantly, is powered by 100% renewable power. Working with Engenie is the perfect complement to our own One Point service, and we are eager to get going.”

Ian Johnston, CEO of Engenie said: “We understand that there is no one‐size fits all approach and that different businesses require different types of charging infrastructure, riven by what their customers truly need. Our partnership with Good Energy will make it as convenient as possible for businesses, landlords and local authorities to realise the benefits of EVs and EV charging infrastructure and support the transition to a low carbon future.”


Media contacts

Good Energy press office Ian McKee / Adam Wentworth / 07718671003

Rosie Williams / 07990788411


About Good Energy

  1. Good Energy powers homes and businesses with 100% renewable electricity from a community of over 1500 UK generators and owns and operate two wind farms, including the UK’s first commercial wind farm, and six solar farms. In addition, Good Energy offers a green gas product which contains 6% biomethane — gas produced here in the UK from food waste. To make it completely carbon neutral, emissions from the rest of the gas its customers use is balanced through supporting verified carbon‐reduction schemes in Malawi, Vietnam and Nepal.
  • Established to tackle climate change and help deliver energy security for the UK.
  • Founded in 1999 by Juliet Davenport OBE.
  • A British company based in Chippenham, Wiltshire.
  • Good Energy’s electricity comes from local, natural sources like sunshine, wind and rain.
  1. About Engenie Ltd: Engenie Ltd is an electric vehicle charging network operator specialised in rapid chargers. With a customer-first approach, Engenie provides charging points that are accessible, easy-to-use, require no membership or connection fee and operate with normal contactless payment. Every charging point is also powered using 100% renewable electricity, forming a major part of Engenie’s commitment to enable a lowcarbon transport system and pollutant-free air.

Engenie offer fully funded and fully managed charging solutions for commercial landlords, local authorities, fleets and property developers. Engenie has secured significant investment to expand its operations into a UK-wide network of EV charging points. Its fast-growing team is based in London Victoria.

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