Ending the year on a particularly high note, EV charging company Plug-N-Go have been shortlisted for the Company Award in the 15th British Renewable Energy Awards.
The British Renewable Energy Awards is the most prestigious event in the UK’s renewable energy industry calendar, making the shortlisting even more celebrated by the EV company.
The Company Award is for “the company that’s done the most in the past year to advance UK renewables and clean technology,” an accolade Plug-N-Go hopes to earn having used the year to push forward and encourage more people to make the switch to electric.
Throughout 2019, Plug-N-Go ensured every step they took would further the electric movement, whether that meant offering fully funded EV charge points for Local Authorities who could not afford EV charging infrastructure or simply raising awareness of electric vehicles and the positives they provide.
On being shortlisted, CEO of Plug-N-Go Keith Hounsell said:
“We are thrilled to reach the finalist stage with this year’s REA Energy Awards. Our dedicated team and partners have accomplished so much through the challenges of this year and have enabled us to adapt and continue to develop new locations and to prepare, as best as we can, for 2021.
“We are looking forward to helping our clients improve air quality and aid their Net Zero Targets, along with giving all our drivers, current and new to the world of electric vehicles, a smooth and reliable public charge for the vehicles. Reaching the finalist stage is a positive step for us all.”
The shortlist announcement comes just days after news that the government aims to ban the sale of all new petrol and diesel cars by 2030, placing Plug-N-Go in a strong position to help pave the way to an electric future.