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Introducing the Easee Equalizer: charging just got even smarter.

At Easee, our vision is to shape the power grid of the future. How? By developing future-orientated products that ensure the available energy is used optimally. All while saving you precious time and money so you can spend them on the things that matter to you.

What does the sales ban in Sweden mean for Easee in the UK?

Easee has received confirmation from Elsäkerhetsverket that their inspection of our electric car chargers is complete, and that a sales ban will be imposed in Sweden with immediate effect. Elsäkerhetsverket’s decision is only applicable in the Swedish market. Our chargers are available and approved for sale as normal in the UK. 

Charging into the future at Wycombe Square

With the UK Government banning the sale of all new petrol and diesel cars from 2030, property owners and landlords looking to future-proof their residences can benefit from investing in the latest smart-charging technology.

BBC Coffee x Easee: 2 critical forms of energy

As the UK transitions towards the 2030 ban on combustion engines and more people switch to EVs, the number of companies providing workplace charging will subsequently increase too. One such company is BBC Coffee, a Southampton based coffee manufacturer with innovation and sustainability at its core.

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