A coffee and a charge: The EV Network partners with Tim Hortons in the UK

  • The EV Network and Tim Hortons partner to install EV charging stations in the UK.
  • This pushes the recent emphasis on destination charging.
  • Collaboration underscores commitment to environmental sustainability and innovation.

The EV Network partners with Tim Hortons to bring EV charging to the UK’s coffee shops

The partnership between The EV Network and Tim Hortons in the UK marks a significant stride towards the UK’s destination charging rollout. The EV Network is a prominent player in the UK’s electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure. Now, they’ve teamed up with Tim Hortons to install charging stations across Tim Hortons locations in the UK.

Reza Shaybani, CEO and Co-Founder of The EV Network, said:

“We are excited to join forces with Tim Hortons to accelerate the transition to electric mobility in the UK. This partnership aligns perfectly with our mission to create a cleaner and more sustainable future by expanding the availability of EV charging infrastructure. Together, we will make electric vehicle charging more accessible to people on the go, empowering them to make environmentally responsible choices.”

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John Dugdale, Director of Property at Tim Hortons, commented:

“At Tim Hortons, we are dedicated to making a positive impact on the environment and the communities we serve. Partnering with The EV Network allows us to take a significant step forward in our sustainability journey by providing electric vehicle charging options to our customers. We believe this initiative will not only benefit our guests but also contribute to reducing carbon emissions and promoting cleaner transportation solutions across the UK.”

Tim Hortons, known for its commitment to community and sustainability, is equally enthusiastic about the partnership. Together with The EV Network, they are set to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of transportation infrastructure in the UK.

The collaboration underscores the commitment of both companies to environmental sustainability and innovation. By providing convenient and accessible charging options, they aim to encourage the adoption of electric vehicles and reduce carbon emissions.

Stephanie Walker, Managing Director, Real Estate at EVN stated: 

“We will be installing Ultra-fast and Rapid chargers throughout the portfolio in the UK and Ireland, and this agreement really delivers for the customer, fast charging with exceptional on-site facilities.”

The Department of Transport has recently unveiled a report detailing the state of the UK’s EV charging network. The report stated that 46% of the UK’s near-60,000 charge points are destination chargers. Partnerships like this one are constantly bringing those numbers up. Besides, why not stop for a coffee while your EV is charging?

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