Holiday Parks are among a whole sector of hospitality in Scotland that are in urgent need of EV charging facilities… and there’s a solution right here in Scotland’s Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc in Dundee.
In an ambitious venture that could revolutionise electric vehicle charging in a number of settings, two entrepreneurs moved from London to Dundee to begin their EV project.
With a combined 35 years in the railway industry, Jamie Duffy and Seiki Payne started Tronius in March 2021. The company helps clients on their journey to electrification, mapping out their needs, providing solutions for what they say will be “a smooth transition and reduce waste”.
Managing director Seiki commented: “Initially our focus was on EV charging and getting EVs into the hands of as many people as possible. Since then, we’ve been thinking a bit grander and looking more holistically at how people use energy.
Seiki says that a portable solution is the way to go for future charging in such places as Scotland’s Holiday Parks… and part of that solution is the Highlander Pod.
“Every holiday park in the UK is going to have an influx of EVs pretty soon. The first question they’re going ask is ‘where can I plug in?’.
The Tronius Highlander Pod facilitates rapid deployment of Electric Vehicle charging facilities for use at rural tourism destinations, hotels and leisure facilities, commercial business premises, events spaces, construction sites, residential areas, railway stations and strategic charging hubs for fleets that provide road rescue services. There are several configurations that can be designed and built to clients specific needs.
The Highlander Pod can be rented.
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