Industry-leading distributor of EV charging solutions, Replenishh, joins forces with the charge point management platform Fuuse to help streamline EV installations for electrical contractors and their customers.
Announced as a preferred software partner, Fuuse is now available through Replenishh to complement and enhance the performance of OCPP-compliant chargers. Fuuse can power multi-manufacturer networks, integrating with leading brands in the industry.
Long-time champions of the EV installer community, Fuuse boast a growing army of resellers, addressing the needs of the workplace and public charging across a multitude of sectors, whilst catering for the needs of installers and their businesses. Fuuse white labelled solutions, remote click-to-fix maintenance features, their scalability across use cases and comprehensive reporting aim to empower installers to grow their businesses and accelerate EV rollout across the UK and beyond.
Jim Rugg, Head of Replenishh, explains more about the partnership:
“The demand we are seeing in the market is focused on matching smart hardware with intelligent software solutions that are flexible to multiple different EV Charging infrastructure requirements from Multi-residential to workplace and Public applications. That is why Replenishh has partnered with Fuuse, to offer our customers versatile software solutions that can integrate seamlessly with our portfolio of OCPP 1.6 compliant charge points.”
“We’re delighted to be partnering with Replenishh to help even more installers sustain lucrative businesses as we push ahead in the mission to break down barriers to EV transition.”Tom Collins, Partnerships Manager for Fuuse
“With its versatility and hardware-agnostic nature, Fuuse sits comfortably amongst Replenishh’s catalogue of EV charging solutions. Our shared commitment to championing EV installers sets us up for a great start as we embark on our journey together.”
Officially launched in 2021, Fuuse has grown in popularity ever since, securing investment in early 2022. Fuuse now powers chargers across the UK including the NHS, Whirlpool, United Utilities, Suez, the Gym Group, plus many universities, sporting venues and local authorities throughout the country. The team recently announced an expansion into Ireland, followed by the release of location services and charge car integrations enabling organisations with public chargers to advertise live charger status to more EV drivers.