Find out how to save money and reduce emissions at the ‘Understanding how to transition to EVs’ event

Are you looking to transition your business to Electric Vehicles but have questions that need answering?

Cheshire West and Chester Council is delivering an event that will provide information about issues such as grant funding, tax savings, vehicle choice, availability of power supply, and design of EV charging solutions for your business.

With a panel of guest speakers, advice that’s simple to action, and the latest EVs and clean energy solutions on display, get the information you need at our free to attend Business Breakfast event on 21 May at the Civic Hall, Ellesmere Port from 8am to 10am – register at the link below.

The event covers the following topics:

• EVs & business benefits – including how to save up to 40% on an EV through salary sacrifice

• Understanding EV charging options and grants for business

• Moving to a net zero electricity network

• Cheshire West and Chester Council charging update

• Transitioning to EVs – local business case studies:

– Transition to eHGV

– EV fleet and workplace charging in practice

• How EVs are part of a business energy audit around renewables

• Transitioning to an EV factory

In addition to the main presentations running from 8am to 10am, there will be specialist presentations from 10am on subjects such as developing local EV charging infrastructure through the forthcoming new LEVI (Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure) charging network.

Electric vehicles on display at the event will include the BMW i5, BMW iX2, BYD Atto 3, BYD Seal, Ford E-Transit, Ford Mach-E, MINI Cooper, Peugeot E-2008, Peugeot E-308, Vauxhall Astra Electric, Vauxhall Mokka Electric, Volkswagen ID.7 and the Volkswagen ID. Buzz. The Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model Y, Toyota bZ4X and the Toyota Proace City van will be available for test drives.

Other exhibitors on hand to help with switching to electric will include, Connected Energy, DriveElectric, E.ON Drive, Health Box, Joju Solar, TB Electrics and Trojan Energy.

Event delegates will receive a free downloadable Electric Vehicle Business Toolkit, providing essential information for organisations about EVs and charging.

Following the business breakfast presentations, the event will be open to the public from 10am to 2pm.

To secure a free place at the Cheshire West and Chester Council ‘Understanding how to transition to Electric Vehicles’ event from 8am to 10am, which includes breakfast refreshments, businesses need to register at:

Council helps businesses and residents switch to electric vehicles | Cheshire West and Chester Council

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