Fuuse partner with EV Comply to support installers

Fuuse have partnered with installation management app EV Comply to collectively champion the UK’s EV charging installer community. The new partnership sees the aligned brands working together to bring additional value and end-to-end support for EV installers.

Fuuse has become a popular platform amongst installers experiencing rapid growth onto their installer partner program.

EV Comply have been helping charge point manufacturers and the EV installer community streamline their installation operations since 2019 and now support over 750 installation partners. Recently voted a ‘best in class’ software product by installers, the company has gone from strength to strength and shows no sign of slowing that growth any time soon.

The two brands will be working together to engage and educate the installer community, adding value to installers as many take on more complex workplace charging projects following the end of the Homecharge grant.

Tom Collins, Head of Partnerships for Fuuse says: “As firm champions of the installer community we see great synergy between ourselves, and EV Comply. We both share a purpose to empower installers and help the UK make a smooth and efficient transition to electric vehicles. We’re delighted to be working closely with our friends to shine a spotlight on the key role they play in the UK’s transition to EVs.”

James Chapman, Partnerships Director for EV Comply adds: “We’re proud to boast the biggest network of installers in the UK and are delighted to be able to work alongside Fuuse to enhance the offering to both of our users bases. By partnering with Fuuse we can now go even further in smoothing out the pain points of charger installation processes and take an even more prominent role in fast charging the UK’s road towards net zero.”

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