London Electric Vehicle Company electrifies bp pulse fleet

London Electric Vehicle Company electrifies bp pulse fleet

The VN5 electric vans will also help field service engineers maintain bp pulse’s UK-wide network of more than 8,000 public charging points.

LEVC (London Electric Vehicle Company) is supplying 30 VN5 electric vans to bp pulse, a UK provider of EV charging infrastructure. The new models are the first electric vans on the bp pulse fleet and will support the business as it electrifies its vehicles.

The VN5 electric vans are being used by bp pulse’s electricians when installing EV charging points across the country and will also help field service engineers maintain bp pulse’s UK-wide network of more than 8,000 public charging points.

VN5 is based on the same architecture as LEVC’s TX electric taxi and can achieve a pure EV range of over 60 miles and a total flexible range of 304 miles, the company says. The more frugal driver can achieve a 76-mile pure EV city range, according to WLTP city methodology.

The vans delivered to bp pulse have racking and storage solutions. Through an existing partnership agreement, LEVC also offers new VN5 customers free charging for one year at more than 8,000 bp pulse point locations.

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