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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.
Interview with Neil Isaacson, CEO, Liberty Charge
We are focussed on trying to solve the problem that residents have when they can’t charge at home. We believe they need a reliable, accessible and most importantly convenient EV charging network, as close to their homes as possible.
What benefits of certain arrangements from your past projects would you highlight?
That we provide a privately funded solution, which means that scarce Government funding should be directed to those areas where a commercial return isn’t possible within the next 10 years.
A springboard for action
There is no doubt the Government’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy is a hugely positive, and very welcome step in the right direction towards achieving the Prime Minister’s ambition to be the fastest nation in the G7 to decarbonise road transport. However, in galvanising and enabling local authorities and private industry to act now, it can go even further.
As a priority, we need further clarification on requirements for how local authorities can access the funds available, as it is this that will provide the vital springboard for local authorities to act, and act now.
Fully accessible, privately funded EV charging solutions for Local Authorities
At Liberty Charge, we’re creating safe, accessible and reliable electric vehicle charging networks. From planning to installation, operation, and maintenance, we deliver an end-to-end service to Local Authorities and residents committed to a zero-carbon mobility future.
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
See the timetable of the Focus Day, 14 June
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.
See the timetable of the Ambassadors’ Day, 15 June
The team from Liberty Charge will be exhibiting on 14 and 15 June.
If you would like to meet with Neil Isaacsonand his colleagues please register here using our registration form here quoting LIBERTY-EV1 to get 50% off: