The British firm Zero Emission Vehicles Ltd (ZEV) supplies charging cables to automakers—in 2020 the company provided over 35,000 individual lead sets to OEMs, to be included with their production EVs and PHEVs.
Now ZEV has released a new range of British-made EV charging cables. The new cables are designed to be flexible and easy to handle, with lightweight connectors for connecting to both the charger and the vehicle. They are produced in two configurations: spiral (retractable) and straight. They’re also available in a choice of colors: discreet for home owners, or high-visibility for safe use in public areas.
“Owners of electric vehicles want to ensure that everything about their electric transport reduces their carbon impact—a vehicle producing zero emissions, powered by green energy, and a charging lead that is locally sourced to reduce global shipping distances,” said Zero Emission Vehicles Managing Director Susan Finn. “Our cables are manufactured here in the UK, which means fast, flexible production, reduced global shipping distances and dramatically reduced packaging used for transportation.”
Source: Charged EVs