Shell UK has renewed its contract with Artelia UK for the supply of EPCM Services for capital investment works across its Mobility network.
Artelia’s 45-strong programme management team will be concentrating on critical Shell Mobility infrastructure and convenience retail rollouts. These include electric vehicle charging infrastructure to existing sites and ‘destination charging’, which lets EV owners charge their vehicle while visiting a location for another activity, such as shopping or a hotel stay. Shell recently announced that it will install a total of 100,000 public charging points for electric cars in the UK by 2030.
As Shell invests further in its convenience retail estate with new offers and external partnerships, including the expansion of the highly successful Little Waitrose & Partners at Shell, Artelia and its dedicated supply chain will provide a complete turnkey service from design management through to handover.
Importantly, as part of the energy transition and to help support Shell’s net zero targets, Artelia will be rolling out new technologies such as hydrogen, solar and energy save programmes and implementing low carbon construction solutions across the programme.
Artelia is delighted to be building on its 14-year long partnership with Shell at this exciting time of energy transition and transport mobility.