Cardiff Airport is installing electric vehicle charging points.
Vehicle charging technology company, Franklin Energy, has secured a contract with the Welsh Government-owned airport to initially supply nine electric vehicle charging points across the airport.
The nine chargers will be located at the main car park meet and greet area and short stay car park, as well as around the pay and display area.
Robert Byrne, managing director at Franklin Energy said: “This is a brilliant contract win for us. Cardiff Airport is embarking on a large project to roll out EV charge and we’re delighted that we’ve been selected as the preferred partner.
“We look forward to delivering first phase of this install and moving forward supporting the estates management team, planning, advising and implementing their charge point installation strategy now and in the future.”
Mark Bailey, director of airport planning and development at Cardiff Airport, said “The introduction of EV charge points is an exciting next step in our environmental flight Path, which is our timeline of immediate and short term environmental goals.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer this facility to team members and customers with electric and hybrid vehicles, we’ll be working with Franklin Energy into the new year to increase the number of EV charge points across the site and enhance the experience for our customers.”
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