Power NI launches home charger for EV drivers

Power NI is the first electricity supplier in NI to launch a home charger product for Electric Vehicle (EV) drivers. It has partnered with local company, Refresh NI, to provide installation services to customers, making the switch to EV as convenient and affordable as possible.

The new Power NI charging product, the EO Mini Pro 2, is the world’s smallest smart home charger and is designed for the convenience of the everyday electric vehicle driver. Saving space and energy, the charger can turn itself off when another high-power unit is on, thus reducing energy usage. Safe and efficient, customers can manage, monitor, and schedule charging sessions all through their smartphone and prevent others from using your charger.

Pictured from left to right, Bill Cherry, Managing Director of Refresh NI with Mark Wiggins, Innovation Manager at Power NI.

Mark Wiggins, Innovation Manager at Power NI said, “I am proud that Power NI is the first electricity provider to introduce a charging product into the NI market, now offering customers both an EV Tariff and an EV Charger. At Power NI, our goal is to assist customers in their energy transition journey.

“Last year, we introduced our Electric Vehicle tariff with 1,500 customers signed up to date. We are delighted to collaborate with Refresh NI as our installation partner and we are committed to playing our part in the race to net zero and helping to power a more sustainable future.”

Bill Cherry, Managing Director of Refresh NI said, “Refresh NI is delighted to be Power NI’s appointed installation partner for their new home charging product. Refresh NI as a business is focussed on delivering a full range of energy efficient solutions that help customers reduce carbon emissions in their homes.  We see the installation of home vehicle chargers as a key component of this.  We are proud to be working with Power NI and we share their commitment to providing quality service and creating solutions to support all customers”

The new charger is now available; you can visit www.powerni.co.uk/electric-car-charger for more information.