Electrical Vehicle Charging with ETT

Published on 13th Feb 2020

It's new, and it's going to be big business for Northern Ireland SME electrical contractors. The demand for electric vehicles in the private and commercial sector is set to rise as the UK government press ahead with the green mission to phase out the sale of petrol and diesel vehicle by 2035.

It’s new, and it’s going to be big business for Northern Ireland SME electrical contractors. The demand for electric vehicles in the private and commercial sector is set to rise as the UK government press ahead with the green mission to phase out the sale of petrol and diesel vehicle by 2035.

A corresponding demand will also arise for electric vehicle charging points, which means sales, revenue, and profits for those who are ready to meet this new and rapidly emerging customer need.

Did you know that there are over fifty thousand private cars registered in Northern Ireland?  That means there will be a growing demand for domestic and public electric vehicle charging points as we transition away from diesel/petrol vehicles.

Winning contracts, establishing a niche offering, and improving customer service for the installation of electric vehicle charging points can be built on accredited know-how.

Now is the perfect time to invest in accredited training as this an effective strategy in providing your business with an edge over the competition and a means of persuading customers to choose you as the go-to installer.

ETT will be launching their first C&G 2919-01 course in November, for more information contact us on 02825650750 or click this link https://www.ett-ni.org/course-finder/cg-2919-01-level-3-award-in-domestic-commercial-industrial-electric-vehicle-charging-equipment-installation/?course_instance=241

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