Yorkshire infrastructure provider drives electric vehicle projects with new partnership
A Yorkshire infrastructure provider has announced that it has established a new partnership to support its new electric vehicle projects.
Fulcrum, based in Sheffield, has struck up a partnership with Jumptech to support the delivery of its electric vehicle (EV) projects for residential customers.
The company, which delivers energy infrastructure to power the UK’s net-zero future, will use Jumptech’s platform to provide a better customer experience to project manage its home charging installation programmes.
The partnership is part of Fulcrum’s strategy to further grow its presence in the EV charging infrastructure market.
Alex Hinchcliffe, head of EV charging infrastructure services at Fulcrum, commented: “This partnership will support our growth in the home charging market and deliver efficiencies to our established operations, enabling our team to work closely with customers giving them the best possible service and experience.”
Phil Nunn, founder of Jumptech, said: “We’re looking forward to supporting Fulcrum’s continued growth in the sector by providing a fully integrated platform that enables them to work efficiently at scale with all their partners.”
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