Quinn Infrastructure attains Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) accreditation
Quinn Infrastructure have recently received DfT, Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) accreditation. This enables Quinn Infrastructure to be a supplier agnostic solutions provider for both workplace and home installations including access to grant schemes available.
Quinn Infrastructures electric vehicle (EV) capability ranges from concept design, detailed design, installation including civils requirements and maintenance of EV infrastructure in support of the government’s plans to press ahead in regards to ban all new non electric cars by 2035. The governments consultation document can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/consulting-on-ending-the-sale-of-new-petrol-diesel-and-hybrid-cars-and-vans
Alex Murphy, Quinn Infrastructure’s Utilities Director said, “Quinn Infrastructure are extremely proud to have achieved this accreditation, this enables us to build on firm foundations already set within the utilities infrastructure market, which in turn will ensure we are a partner of choice for both our existing and new customers along with electric vehicle charging point manufactures.”
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