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We’re Diode, and we want to accelerate the adoption of zero-emission vehicles.
Diode is a tech start-up that builds tools to make electric vehicle infrastructure easy to implement for everyone. Our software solutions help businesses, employees and consumers install the right charging infrastructure.
A part of the solution
We founded Diode in the shadow of the climate emergency. Witnessing increasing global emissions, we set out to play our part. Having worked in the electric vehicle space since 2015, our founding team stepped up to do our bit – to help everyone embrace electric vehicles.
Our software tools are designed to simplify the whole end-to-end electric vehicle charging infrastructure procurement process.
Using the power of data analytics to join up the dots, streamline processes, and eliminate pain points, we’re creating accessible solutions for everyone.
BusinessCharge is the first tool we will be adding to our toolbox, with many more in the pipeline. Watch this space.
Emissions from cars and vans
In the UK, cars and vans make up a quarter of all CO2 emissions, as well as contributing to poor air quality. We want to eliminate these emissions to meet our climate goals and make sure everyone can breathe cleaner air.
Petrol and diesel ban
In response to the on-going climate emergency, the UK government has brought forward the ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans by a decade to 2030. Forward-thinking, savvy businesses will use the time they have now to get a head start.
Commercial and home chargers
To meet the 2030 fossil fuel vehicle phase out, the UK needs to install 13m home charge points and 1.6m work-place charge points. That’s an average of 4,300 charge points per day for the next 9 years. We aim to make this as easy as possible.
What we provide
BusinessCharge assesses electric vehicle suitability across company and employee vehicles, estimates workplace and employee home charging requirements, then procures the necessary infrastructure.