Keeping Peak District Air Clean

The Old Manse Guesthouse, located in Buxton, has today announced the activation of
their two Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations, donated by Zero Carbon World.

Visitors to The Old Manse Guesthouse with a plug-in vehicle can now recharge their
vehicle while staying overnight or while exploring the historic spa town.

Tim Blagbrough from The Old Manse Guesthouse, said: ‘We are very pleased to be
supporting electric car drivers by installing Zero Carbon World’s Charging Stations. It is
a great feeling to know that we are now a part of a national network of locations offering
reliable charging to drivers.

‘We are looking forward to welcoming our first electric car and its driver.’

Zero Carbon World donates Charging Stations to the hotel and leisure industry to
support the development of a national charging infrastructure and encourage the
adoption of electric vehicles.

The Charging Station donation to The Old Manse Guesthouse comprises two simple,
robust and reliable Charging Stations – one 13A and one 32A. Zero Carbon World is
donating Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations to businesses around the UK.
Successful applicants also join ‘ZeroNet’ – the only unrestricted National Electric Car
charging network in the country.

‘There are no restrictions to use ZeroNet,’ said Kevin Sharpe Founder and Patron of
Zero Carbon World. ‘You don’t have to be a member, subscribe, pay in advance or use
a smart card to access electricity. Wherever EV drivers are, they can recharge while
eating, sleeping, working or simply relaxing. We are extremely proud to be creating the
UK’s only Open Charging Station Network.’

ZeroNet is growing rapidly with over 435 donations to date.

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