Aberla Energy appointed to national EV charging framework

Aberla Energy appointed to national EV Charging Framework

EV charging point - Aberla Energy Management | Warrington

Aberla Energy has been successful in tendering for a place on Efficiency East Midlands’ (EEM’s) Electrical Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure Framework.

Aberla Energy, part of Warrington-based Aberla Group, is offering a design, supply, installation and maintenance service for EV charging to be implemented across the East Midlands region.

The new EV Framework has been set up to help customers make the transition to low carbon transport, to assist public sector bodies meet legislation requirements and to develop a robust EV charging infrastructure. Ultimately, the Framework reduces any reliance on fossil fuels for public sector organisations such as universities and housing associations by providing an accessible alternative.

Mark Ingham, managing director at the Aberla Group commented “We’re very proud to be awarded a place on EEM’s national EV Charging Framework. This provides further opportunity to not only grow our presence across the EV charging industry, but directly aligns with Aberla’s mission of delivering low carbon energy infrastructure.”

Aberla Energy is excited to develop EV infrastructure which encourages and facilitates more EV purchases.  Industry news sources are underlining the importance of adopting renewable energy measures to offset the level of fossil fuel usage. This Framework allows the Aberla Group to be well-positioned to address this by offering their Energy Management services.


For more information on EEM’s EV Charging Infrastructure scheme please contact EEM at info@eem.org.uk or phone on 01246 395 610.

For information on Aberla EV Charging services please visit our EV charging page