EV charging, installed by your trusted Frontline team

Frontline Energy have partnered with ePower to provide a full range of electric vehicle charging solutions for multi-unit residential and commercial car parks with 24/7 maintenance and support. A wide selection of chargers are available, from 7kW smart chargers, 22kW workplace chargers to ultra rapid DC chargers. We work with Europe’s most reputable EV charger manufacturers including ABB, Circontrol, EVBox, Wallbox.

Services

Frontline Energy provides EV strategy consultancy, site audits, civil works, EV charger installations, detailed usage and network performance reporting. Our trusted onsite team ensures that all aspects of your move to electric car charging are handled with specialist knowledge of commercial real estate and multi-unit residential developments. Get in touch with us for advice on which EV chargers are most suitable for the unique needs of your development, and more information on how the installed chargers will be maintained.

Our track record

Established in 2007, Frontline Energy has a proven track record of providing tailored energy management solutions for the built environment. Providing charging stations for electric cars that can also integrate with renewable energy sources is at the core of our focus on sustainability and reducing carbon emissions. We implement sustainable energy solutions and provide ongoing site maintenance for some of Ireland's most recognisable companies. Our direct employment of plumbers, electricians, service technicians, and energy consultants ensures a high level of service and fast response times.

Meet the experts

Frontline Energy employs a team of highly skilled and experienced electricians who are dedicated to providing exceptional EV charging installation services. These electricians undergo rigorous training and hold the necessary qualifications to handle all aspects of EV installation, from assessing site conditions to ensuring compliance with electrical codes.

Their expertise extends to selecting the most suitable EV charger for your needs, considering factors such as power output, connector type, and installation location. They carefully plan the installation process, ensuring minimal disruption to your home or business.

Frontline Energy's electricians are experts in handling complex electrical installations, ensuring that your EV charger is connected to a robust and reliable power supply. They take pride in their work and strive to deliver high-quality installations that meet the highest safety standards.

Why you should add EV charging stations

Frontline Energy's Partner ePower

ePower is a leading provider of EV charging solutions in Ireland, offering a comprehensive range of services to help you install and manage electric vehicle chargers at your home or business. They partner with leading EV charger manufacturers to provide high-quality, reliable chargers that meet the needs of all EV drivers. Find out more about our partners ePower here

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