From charging cables and adapters, on road and domestic charging points, to personal and commercial electric vehicle bundles, there’s not much Wirral based business, Symphony EV-ZE, doesn’t know about electric vehicles.

Which is probably why Symphony EV-ZE was recently trusted in expanding the EV charging infrastructure across the Liverpool City Region, installing over 60 new EV charging points this year alone. The project, which was carried out on behalf of Merseytravel, APT eVolt, and the Office of Low Emissions (OLEV), has seen EV charging units installed in key locations across the region including multiple hospitals, train stations and car parks, encouraging drivers to make the switch to electric.

Another high-profile project delivered for Arriva has seen Symphony EV-ZE design, develop and install a new double Super-Fast Rapid charging infrastructure for their 100% Electric Bus Project. Arriva’s fleet of zero emission electric busses has recently been rolled out on Routes 26 and 27 in Liverpool in an effort to improve air quality across the city.

Symphony EV-ZE’s biggest ambition is to make the Liverpool City Region one of the lowest carbon cities in Europe. Which is certainly possible through the company’s knowledge of the electric vehicle sector and its dedicated Research & Development team who are continually innovating and pushing the boundaries of EV technology.

In addition to designing and installing a range of EV charging infrastructure Symphony EV-ZE also offer a range of electric cars, vans and even bikes, available to buy and on contract hire, lease hire and fleet hire. Their electric vehicle conversion kits are now also fully approved by the DVLA, meaning that every day fuel vehicles can now be converted to 100% electric.

Symphony EV-ZE offer a full range of services for all your electric vehicle needs. If you would like any additional information on what this multi award winning company can do, visit their website here.

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