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ePump - smart EV charging

South East, United Kingdom

13% Raised

Short Summary

The ePump electric vehicle charger is specially created by two Professors from Imperial College London who are the world leaders in power electronics. Designed to be the smartest car charger available. Charges any car anywhere in the world - fast!

Overview

Target
£600,000
Minimum
£2,500
Investment Raised
£80,000
Previous Rounds £200,000
Stage Pre-Startup/R&D
Investor Role

Highlights

  • Everyone is turning to Electric Vehicles - and they all need charging.
  • ePump electric charger designed by leading Professors from Imperial College
  • Working prototype with website and App ready to go.
  • Unique USP'S including camera photographing car every minute for security
  • EIS and SEIS - Huge potential returns from a new and vast worldwide market.
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