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EV Achievement

Car Share, Ferryman Way, Exeter

econetiQ has successfully delivered EV chargers all-Electric Mobility Hub in partnership with Co Cars, Bloor Homes, Devon County Council and Darts Farm, winning the gold award from CoMoUK.

econetiQ Co Cars E-Mobility Hub

At a Glance…


2 x 22kW


Co Cars, Bloor Homes, Devon County Council

Site Type

E-mobility Hub



A Stones Throw From

Primary School, Housing Development, Garden Centre, Supermarket

Trees Planted


One of only a handful in the UK, this E-Mobility Hub is the first to launch at Bloor Homes development, Seabrook Orchards in Topsham, near Exeter. Gaining recognition from CoMoUK, the national charity dedicated to the economic, social, and environmental benefits of shared transport, the success of this site has been made possible thanks to a partnership with Co Cars, Devon County Council, Bloor Homes and the landowners and management agents, Darts Farm. This site is one of multiple that econetiQ have worked in partnership with Co Cars on.

The Hub is powered by 100% renewable energy and features a brand-new electric shared Co Car (Volkswagen ID.3), Co Bikes e-bikes and a docking station. Using RFID cards, Co Cars users simply tap, charge, and go. As Exeter approaches its Net Zero 2030 target, Mobility Hubs are set to be an increasingly common sight around the city. As public, shared, and active travel modes are all co-located, the Hubs give people easy access to sustainable transport options whilst helping to reduce congestion and emissions on our streets.

Tackling transport is key to meeting our Net Zero 2030 objectives. Mobility Hubs are a fantastic innovation, presenting the public with more sustainable choices about how they move.

Councillor Stuart Hughes

Devon County Council’s Cabinet Member for Highways Management

I’d like to thank econetiQ, Devon County Council, Bloor Homes, and Darts Farm for their support in making this Hub happen. By swapping a second car for our shared electric car or making shorter trips using our e-bikes, residents can make a real difference to their carbon emissions whilst also saving money.

Mark Hodgson

Managing Director of Co Cars

Another project closer to net zero

EconetiQ are building a data-backed network of reliable EV chargers. If you would like to discuss a project with us, we would love to hear from you. For every charger installed, through our partners One Billion Trees Project, we plant 250 trees to offset the carbon footprint, meaning that 500 trees have been born upon this site going live.

Read about our commitment to the 100 Billion Trees Project here.

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