Energy Park, a company specializing in electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions for apartment buildings, has secured a £35 million investment from Zouk Capital. This investment comes through the Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund (CIIF), managed by Zouk Capital and initiated by the UK government. Energy Park aims to address the overlooked demand for EV charging points in communal parking areas of apartment buildings, providing cost-effective solutions that also remove financial and operational barriers for residential landlords. The company plans to expand its services to other residential destinations such as holiday parks and hotels, with the ultimate goal of contributing to the UK’s transition to EVs and achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure, Private Equity, Real Estate,United Kingdom