Jumptech partnership to bolster Fulcrum’s presence in domestic EV charging market

Fulcrum, the leading independent multi-utility infrastructure and services provider, has established a new partnership with Jumptech to support the delivery of its Electric Vehicle (EV) projects for residential customers.

Fulcrum, which delivers energy infrastructure to power the UK’s net-zero future, including the EV charging network, will utilise Jumptech’s platform to provide an enhanced customer experience to project manage its home charging installation programmes.

The partnership is part of Fulcrum’s strategy to further grow its presence in the EV charging infrastructure market and strengthens its ability to provide a comprehensive, end to end service to its residential customers. 

Fulcrum provides all-in-one utility solutions that are designed to meet your needs. The company has a track record of excellence – always delivering on time and on budget. Gresham House Strategic PLC (LON:GHS) has a holding in Fulcrum.

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