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TPS offer effective Electric Vehicle (EV) charging solutions that assist with lowering carbon emissions and help towards meeting environmental sustainability targets

EV charging

For companies that utilise employee vehicles, EV charging solutions have become an attractive option – not just for the environmental values they demonstrate to both clients and shareholders but also for their cost benefits.

Due to their increasing popularity, the current demand for reliable and convenient charging solutions is expected to grow over the coming years. An important component, the EV charging infrastructure provides the necessary backup that will support the widespread adoption of all types of electric vehicles.

What is
EV Charging?

Most EV’s rely on rechargeable batteries to power the vehicle’s electric motor. These need to be periodically recharged, using an external electrical power source, to maintain the vehicle’s expected driving range. Charging typically involves connecting the vehicle to a power source via a charging cable that plugs into the vehicle’s charging port.

What are the benefits of EV Charging?

The need to stay connected has increased demand for higher internet speeds that offer both quality and consistency.


Meeting environmental targets

EV’s produce lower greenhouse gas emissions compared to traditional petrol and diesel vehicles


Lower operating costs

Fuel prices are higher than the costs of EV charging, resulting in lower operating expenses over the lifetime of the vehicle


Improved air quality = improved public health benefits

Electric vehicles produce less air pollution than their petrol/diesel counterparts


Reduced noise pollution

Ideal for use in urban areas where noise pollution is a concern

Relevant Standards

All fibre optic installations are carried out in accordance with BS EN 60793-2-50 (equivalent to IEC 60793-2-50) for single mode.

All multimode fibre optic installations are carried out in accordance with BS EN 60793-2-10 (equivalent to IEC 60793-2-10) and IEC 61280-4-1, Fibre-Optic Communications Subsystem Test Procedures – Part 4-1: Installed Cable Plant.


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