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TROJAN HUB
ON-STREET EV CHARGING FOR BRENT

Now available in Brent

Trojan HUB offers convenient, affordable EV charging in residential streets across the London Borough of Brent - perfect when you don't have a driveway!

ON-STREET EV CHARGING FOR EVERYONE

Preserving your streets

ON-STREET EV CHARGING FOR EVERYONE

Enjoy hassle-free on-street EV charging with our unique 'flat and flush' technology. Trojan HUB chargers are seamlessly integrated into the pavement to minimise the impact on streets and pedestrians.

We give you a lance to connect your car to the charge point. It's simple, sleek and efficient – and completely removes the need for permanent street furniture like posts, boxes and bollards.

BECAUSE PAVEMENTS ARE FOR PEOPLE, NOT POSTS

WHY ON-STREET CHARGING?

YOUR VIRTUAL DRIVEWAY

WHY ON-STREET CHARGING?

Thinking about getting an EV but can't charge at home? Say hello to your 'virtual driveway'.

We install up to 15 charge points on each street, spaced 5 metres apart. This makes it easy to charge your car right where you live. It's so much more convenient than public charging infrastructure, which isn't always handy, can be expensive, and often means queuing. Trojan HUB brings accessible, affordable on-street EV charging to Brent.

BECAUSE EVERYONE SHOULD BENEFIT FROM THE EV REVOLUTION.

Trojan HUB rollout map

This map shows our Trojan HUB locations in Brent, which we'll be rolling out over the course of this summer. We're launching in phases and we'll publicise the rollout in your area as the chargers become operational.

Your questions answered

Trojan HUB on-street charging is rolling out in Brent now. Here's how it works.

How do I use Trojan HUB?

How do I use Trojan HUB?

It couldn't be simpler! We'll give you a personal lance to connect your car to any charge point. The lance monitors how much electricity you use, and billing is handled automatically via the cloud.

What's the cost?

The cost for the electricity used to charge your car is currently £0.55 per kWh during peak hours and £0.45 per kWh from 23.30-06.30. This compares very favourably to public charging networks.

How can I sign up?

Check our Brent coverage map above. If you live in one of the areas going live this year, sign up now and we'll get you up and running.