How Electric Blue continues to operate
We are watching closely as the global situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve, and wanted to advise you what we’re doing and to assure you that Electric Blue remains fully operational during these unprecedented times. This page will be updated with any new information regarding government guidelines as it arises.The wellbeing and safety of our staff, stakeholders, and the wider community is our key priority.
All members of the Electric Blue team are working from home, and we are committed to working flexibly with partners and communities, as well as continuing to provide full customer support. As the situation evolves, we will continue to do everything we can to provide our key customers and business partners with relevant updates.
To support those undertaking essential community work during this lockdown, all of our publicly available chargers will be FREE to use until the end of May. Simply use the Electric Blue app or RFID card as usual to enjoy zero-rated charges from 1st April to 30th June. 24 hour support for using the app and chargers is available by calling 0330 111 0078.
Electric Blue activities: Continuing and on hold
- Project management of live projects remains operational
- First line support is still fully available
- Physical elements of charger installations are currently paused
- Our Sales team is still fully operational, although with a reduced headcount due to furlough, and is available to discuss your needs. Contact us on email@example.com
- 24-hour customer support for using our app and chargers is still available, call 0330 111 0078
We encourage everyone to follow guidance from Public Health England regarding social distancing and hygiene. And of course, if you don’t need to go out or travel for an essential reason, please stay home and stay safe.
a thought from our MD…
“The current situation we find ourselves in requires us to change the ways in which we work, but equally presents a unique opportunity. While some things are placed on pause, we are given the time to think and adopt innovative ways of working and consider solutions for those challenges when ‘normal life’ resumes.”