ADOPT NET-ZERO by Neil Isaacson, CEO, Liberty Charge
“The spotlight on the rollout of EV charge point infrastructure couldn’t be brighter. The planet cannot wait for the public and private sector to finish pontificating about the complications of infrastructure rollout. We need action here and now. The pressure is on for all parties, including local authorities and charge point operators, to deliver a comprehensive reliable network in line with government targets. Doing nothing, or even kicking the can down the road are no longer options. But the task is daunting and for many local authorities, competing priorities, demands on limited resources, time and lack of expertise are significant barriers to progress. What’s more, with 11 million UK households having no driveway and so without convenient, hassle-free electric charging options close to home, there’s a real risk that many will be left behind. This is exactly the audience that Liberty Charge, in partnership with our delivery partner Virgin Media O2, will support. We offer local authorities a zero-cost, turn-key solution that rapidly identifies optimum charge point locations. We install at scale the widest range of reliable, accessible hardware and then, crucially, we take total responsibility for the networks’ ongoing upkeep and maintenance. We’re here to help, because we recognise that it is a comprehensive, co-ordinated, multi-agency effort that will lead us to deliver on our commitments to minimise CO2 emissions and create a cleaner, greener planet for future generations to enjoy.”
Neil Isaacson, CEO, Liberty Charge
At Liberty Charge we want to live in a clean, green world, where transport is sustainable and accessible to everyone. We will support this vision by providing the UK’s most reliable and widely accessible public EV charging network.
Neil Isaacson, CEO is speaking on 14 June at EVCI2022 Focus Day in:
8.15 – 9.40, Public and Residential EV charging panel
12.30 – 13.15, Robust public charging networks to service consumers and fleets Partner panel
Matt Croucher, EV Services Director will be hosting roundtable discussions with participants on 15 June, Ambassadors’ Day:
15.05-15.50 and 15.50-16.35 Overcoming barriers to EV Charging for those without off-street parking.
Our discussions will recap on the need for local EV charging, and some of the challenges around meeting this demand, before swiftly moving on to talk about solutions, both in terms of differing charging formats and technologies, and the delivery and funding models available.
The team from Liberty Charge will be exhibiting on 14 and 15 June.