EV Charging Solutions for Healthcare
51% of NHS trusts have already installed EV chargers on their sites, with another 43% planning to install charging facilities in the next 5 years.
Whether you have chargers in the ground or you're starting your EV journey, Fuuse back office software is flexibly designed to cater for your fleets, staff, patients and visitors' charging needs.
Lead the charge
Customise your EV charge points for your patients, staff and visitors.
Monitor and manage your fleet charging across multiple sites, with our enterprise level smart charging solutions for fleets. Futureproofed for scale, we can help from the beginning of your transition to ongoing management of your EV charging infrascturture.
Allow healthcare staff to access charge points at preferential rates. Enable payment through subscriptions and maximise charger availability with bookings. Control when and where your staff can charge their personal vehicles on your sites.
Patients and Visitors
Set opening times and tariffs for public charging for patients and their visitors. Bookings, overstay fees and push notifications help to minimise bay hogging and free up chargers for drivers who need them.
EV Charging Grants
Is your trust eligible for charge point funding
With the Workplace Charging Scheme launched by the Office of Zero Emission Vehicles in 2022, healthcare facilities and emergency services are eligible for up to %75 off the installation of new charge points on the premises, including VAT. Offering a maximum of £350 per charging socket for up to 40 sockets across all your locations, entitling your facilities up to £14,000 in funding to establish a charge point infrastructure for your staff, patients, and visitors.
Your trust may also be eligible for the, allowing you to install an EV charge point infrastructure to aid in transitioning your fleets into electric vehicles. Aimed at small to medium sized UK businesses, the gran will cover up to 75% of the cost of installing the EV infrastructure and charge points on your premises. The maximum amount is £350 per charging socket, and an additional £500 per parking space enabled with charging access, amounting to a potential £15,000 per grant.
Your new chargers could be eligible for funding incentives: