Hospitality Charging

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High powered Electric Vehicle (EV) charging sites are starting to appear in major urban areas as EV ownership takes off in the UK. However, as EV drivers, we have identified the acute lack of charging in UK holiday destinations.

We value the great outdoors, the hills, the lakes, market towns and fabulous coast lines of this country and believe UK hospitality businesses should be given more information and advice as to how they can take advantage of the exciting and rapidly developing technology that EVs offer.
Electric Vehicle Facts Hospitality

98% OF BOOKING.COM LISTINGS DON’T OFFER ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING

As the UK moves towards full EV adoption in 2030, more and more customers will expect to charge at hotels, Airbnb’s and guests houses – wherever they are staying overnight. However, our research has highlighted the following problems:

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There is a lack of understanding about how EV charging infrastructure is going to work

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The UK Gov has mandated the shift to EVs by 2030 but there’s not enough advice for busy, hard-working UK companies about how to keep their businesses relevant over the coming years

3

The rapidly evolving EV industry can be confusing due to developing technology

For many businesses, these issues are causing uncertainty about how best to adapt to a future where customers are reliant on electric vehicles and their ability to charge conveniently.

As a specialist Charge Point Operator (CPO) focussing on hospitality charging solutions, EvieLife will help your business adapt early and be ready for 2030 and beyond.

  1. Make an enquiry to receive free advice relevant to you and your business

  2. We will visit your venue and agree the best EV charging solution. This will help you:

    • Understand how commercial EV charging works

    • Understand what the opportunities are and how your business can take advantage of them

  3. We will give you an installation timeline and our approved contractor will complete the works

  4. We will manage your chargers throughout the year, arranging annual inspections and maintenance including keeping you up to date with changing legislation and further developments in technology

Evie Life Hospitality EV Charging

UK REGISTERED EVs ARE SET TO RISE
TO 7.2 MIL BY 2030

You can take full advantage of the opportunities of offering EV charging at your business in the coming years by working with a trusted, expert CPO such as EvieLife.

We can cover up to 100% of the costs of the installation, provide free set-up and training for you and your staff, and provide on-going support. This means we will always be there to offer advice and ensure you are up to date with tax or legislation changes and developments in technology.

LEAD THE CHARGE

By adopting EV charging now, your business will take advantage of the opportunities that this exciting market can offer. Becoming a part of the EvieLife charging destination network you will benefit from:
  1. Generating additional revenue whilst saving on expensive installation costs

  2. Being among the first UK hospitality businesses to offer EV charging, putting you ahead of your competition

  3. Boosting your green credentials, attract EV drivers, improve your online listings and be visible on charging maps that are used by over 400,000 UK EV drivers

  4. Developing your brand as a forward thinking, environmentally aware and responsible business

We play our part by providing expert advice from our passionate team. We make the entire process hassle free so you can continue to focus on the rest of your business. This includes staying on top of an ever-changing industry and keeping you up to date, arranging annual maintenance and getting your chargers back up and running if they ever go offline.
Electric Vehicle Green business Charging Installation

Our promise

Dont forget for every EV charger installation we make, Evielife will plant a tree with the help of TreeSisters.

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There are currently very few hospitality venues that offer EV charging.

Our research shows that across all listing types, less than 10% offer EV charging on Airbnb, which is lower still when selecting specific venue types such as hotels or guest houses. Booking.com shows that if you require EV charging as part of your stay, 98% of places become unavailable.

 

The number of places with EV charging will grow in the next 8 years but most hospitality businesses will begin considering EV charging after 2030. By this time, EV ownership will have risen dramatically, and they will be left with no choice but to adapt. Unfortunately, they will miss years of potential revenue and, depending on when they make the switch, it will determine how far behind the rest of the market they are.

 

We are passionate about helping UK businesses take advantage of this new market and innovative technology and with our expertise we will help guide you from being uncertain, with little understanding of the benefits of EVs and EV charging to a modern well-prepared, green focused UK hospitality business ready to take advantage in the years to come and well on into the 2030s.