EQUANS teams up with RTX 2022 to share its EV charging know-how

Hayley Tayler
February 3, 2022

Road Transport Expo (RTX) is delighted to be teaming up with EQUANS - the new name for ENGIE’s services-led activities - as the show’s official Charging Partner.

EQUANS provides end-to-end charging solutions for commercial fleet operators of all sizes, from programme planning and design, through to installation and ongoing management.

Through its EV Solutions division, its focus is to make the move to green transport simple and accessible for all businesses.

EQUANS uses its GeniePoint software platform to provide management and reporting for the charge points it operates, including the national GeniePoint network of public rapid chargers.

The company already partners with a number of large businesses and fleet operators and has more than 10 years of experience in e-mobility.

Dee Humphries, managing director of EV Solutions at EQUANS, said: We’re delighted to be Charging Partner at this year’s Road Transport Expo. This event is aligned to everything we do at EQUANS, where our focus is on supporting businesses and communities in the transition to greener fuels.

“With over 10 years of experience in the e-mobility sector, we provide full turnkey electric vehicle charging solutions to many large businesses and fleet operators.

“This event will be an opportunity for us to share our knowledge of green mobility with the wider transport industry.”

Vic Bunby, divisional director at RTX organiser and Motor Transport publisher Road Transport Media, said: “We are very excited to be working with EQUANS and look forward to the EV charging expertise they will bring to the show.

“Visitors will be able to ask the EQUANS team all their need-to-know questions about energy requirements when making the transition to electric vehicles on their fleets.”

Register today for your free tickets to attend RTX 2022.

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Hayley Tayler

Hayley Tayler has worked across Road Transport Media’s portfolio of publications, including Commercial Motor and Motor Transport, since 2008 in a number of editorial roles from news reporter to urban editor. She now specialises in events and projects content for the business, including the Road Transport Expo and a series of industry research reports.

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