London, UK Thursday 26th June 2023 – ubitricity, one of the UK’s leading EV charge point operators, today announced that it has been named as the winner of the Low Carbon Transport award at the British Renewable Energy Awards 2023. The award recognises quality, commitment and innovation in supporting low carbon vehicle deployment for cars, vans, buses, road freight or on farm vehicles, powered by clean electricity or sustainable biofuels – and alternative vehicle fuels.
ubitricity, a wholly owned subsidiary of Shell, is the UK’s leading provider and operator of public EV charging solutions, with more than 7,000 charge points supplied using 100% renewable electricity from UK assets, with accredited renewable certificates (REGOs). The company works with Councils and Local Authorities across the UK to drive the availability of public EV charging to communities in areas including; Westminster, Richmond upon Thames, Kensington and Chelsea, Hackney, Wandsworth, and Liverpool.
“Providing a convenient and accessible charging infrastructure for electric vehicles both at home and on the road is a vital step in the transition away from the internal combustion engine, and it’s a journey that’s just beginning,” said Toby Butler, Managing Director at ubitricity. “As the UK’s largest public EV charge point operator, we’re proud that all the energy that we use comes from 100% renewable sources, and that we can help ensure that EV owners can drive with confidence, knowing that a convenient, reliable charge will be close at hand. We’re delighted to receive this accolade that reinforces our belief that innovation, collaboration, and a shared vision can pave the way for a brighter, cleaner tomorrow.”
The 2023 British Renewable Energy Awards were the 18th edition, having begun in 2006 in an effort to recognise the brilliant work of those pushing for change, and are now the highlight of the renewable energy calendar. The 2023 Award Ceremony and Gala Dinner was held in London at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, on 23rd of June.