ubitricity: Supporting a Greener NHS
With a full portfolio of charge point solutions, we work alongside the NHS in the transition to become the world’s first net zero National health service.
How do EVs help to deliver a Greener NHS?
In 2020, the NHS launched its campaign for a Greener NHS, aiming to become the world’s first net zero national health service. As part of this scheme the NHS announced two key targets:
- To reduce the emissions the NHS control directly (the NHS Carbon Footprint), net zero by 2040, with an ambition to reach an 80% reduction by 2028 to 2032
- To reduce the emissions the NHS can influence (our NHS Carbon Footprint Plus), net zero by 2045, with an ambition to reach an 80% reduction by 2036 to 2039.
One of the areas targeted for reduction is transport and travel: by working towards the world’s first zero-emission ambulance by 2022 and focusing on a shift to zero emission vehicles by 2032 for the rest of the fleet.
Electrification of NHS transport
As part of the greener NHS scheme, the NHS has pledged for 90% of the NHS fleet to use low, ultra-low and zero-emission vehicles by 2028, with the aim for the entire fleet to eventually reach net zero emissions. In order to support this fleet the NHS will also need to roll-out comprehensive electric charging infrastructure across the NHS. Alongside providing easy charging options to incentivise staff to use electric vehicles, this will include charging solutions for:
- Staff parking
- Visitor parking
- Fleet solutions
- Overnight charging
The right charging solutions for your needs
With a whole catalogue of charging solutions tailored to your project’s specific needs, we can offer lamppost, fast and rapid charge points as part of the Shell portfolio.
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