RAW Charging is pleased to be working in collaboration with Europe’s leading designer outlet McArthurGlen Group to provide Electric Vehicle Charging facilities.
With the support of TSG Group, RAW will install, own and operate EV chargers on McArthurGlen Designer Outlets. Each site will be equipped with up to 20 EV chargers in the initial phase, allowing customers to charge their electric vehicles whilst visiting the Centre, with an estimated 35% of drivers needing to charge their EV’s away from home, EV charging at the Centres is a valuable additional amenity.
The EV chargers at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet have been successfully installed and are being well utilised by customers visiting the Centre. RAW are currently in the process of installing chargers at McArthurGlen’s York Designer Outlet, which are expected to completed and ready for use later in October.
RAW’s collaboration with McArthurGlen is paving the way in EV destination charging, providing a variety of charging solutions to EV owners across the UK and supporting the UK Government’s transition away from diesel and petrol cars ahead of the ban in 2030. Once installed, RAW will deliver a long-term revenue stream from owning and operating the EV chargers.
Bruce Galliford, CEO, RAW Charging, said:
“We are excited to be working with such a prestigious and quality brand as McArthurGlen. This installation of chargers across their sites marks the start of a great collaboration and we look forward to continuing our work with them in the future.”
Jo Daley, McArthurGlen Group, said:
“At McArthurGlen, we strive to minimise our impact on the environment, and are firmly committed to reducing our carbon emissions to net-zero across all 26 of our centres in ten countries. As part of this commitment, we aim to provide our guests with as many options for sustainable transport when they travel to us as possible.
To this end, we have collaborated with RAW Charging to enhance our Electric Vehicle charging points, empowering our customers to stay conscious of their carbon impact while they visit us.”