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Nuvolt turns to Vanaways for first fleet purchase

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March 5th, 2024

Renewable energy specialist Nuvolt has replaced its previous leased vehicles with a pair of new Peugeot Boxers from independent supplier Vanaways.

Established in 2021, Cardiff-based Nuvolt delivers an array of services including the installation of solar panels, battery storage and electric vehicle charging solutions to commercial and public sector.

Initially the company relied on leased vehicles to gain a foothold in the sector, but has now opted to invest in its own vans.

“We sought vehicles that could be specified to meet our requirements while also enhancing our brand image, both on the road and on-site,” said Managing Director Matthew Phillips.

“We contacted Vanaways, having seen some very positive reports of their approach on social media,” he continued. “I spoke to Business Development Director Liam Nicholas, who quickly understood our requirements and put together a proposal.

“We were happy to collaborate with Vanaways and have built a positive working relationship. The vans arrived in perfect condition, on time and exactly as ordered.”

The vans are a pair of Peugeot Boxer L2H2s, in Professional Premium+ specification, with 140ps 2.2-litre BlueHDi engines. A smaller Peugeot Partner Blue HDi 100 was also included, for Nuvolt’s sister company, building services and engineering supplier Focus MEP.

The vans are in daily use on tasks ranging from initial site surveys, to installation projects and ongoing maintenance. The vans are tailored to meet Nuvolt’s unique business requirements for nationwide operations.

“The comfortable cabs, equipped with double passenger seats, air-conditioning, and touch-screen consoles with compatible with smartphones, ensure our engineers arrive at jobs feeling fresh and ready to start work.” Added Mr Phillips.

“The whole experience of dealing with Vanaways has been entirely positive. As a specialist in renewable technologies we’ll inevitably be looking at adding electric vans to our fleet, as soon as vehicle battery range makes them a viable proposition for the unpredictable nature of our work – so we look forward to charging ahead with Vanaways.”


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