British Gas and Romag Announce Plans to Develop Electric Vehicles Infrastructure

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Romag's solar car parking canopy 'PowerPark' generates electricity for the charging of electric vehicles. Extra excess power is exported to the Grid.

British Gas and Romag Holdings Plc, the specialist manufacturer of glass and plastic composites for renewable energy applications, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate in the testing, marketing, distribution and installation of British Gas branded solar power canopies and other related products.

Romag's solar car parking canopy 'PowerPark' generates electricity for the charging of electric vehicles. Excess power can be exported to the Grid.

The canopy will be targeted at airport car parks, stations, supermarkets, shopping centres, offices and public buildings, including sports and leisure facilities.

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British Gas provided services within:

Domestic Market: The biggest supplier of gas and electric in Britain's domestic market with more than 16m customer accounts.

Installation and Maintenance Services: Britain's largest CORGI operator in the boiler repair and installation of central heating and appliances including Vaillant boilers.

Commercial and Corporate: Britain's cheapest electricity providers on average and a leading supplier of energy to business, from small to medium-sized customers through to large industrial and commercial users.

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