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Custom Solar designs electric vehicle (EV) solutions, from chargers to solar car ports, scaled to your needs.

The EV revolution has begun. The UK government has announced that new petrol and diesel vehicles will be banned from sale by 2030.

For commuting staff and fleet vehicles, EVs and charging facilities are becoming a vital part of business infrastructure.

Solar car ports are a dynamic solution, transforming your car parking facilities and visibly meeting sustainability targets. These weatherproof structures provide sheltered, well-lit car parking, security and dedicated EV charging locations.

Car ports make EVs truly emission free, generating power from green electricity.

Yasa 750 R High Power & Torque Axial Flux Electric Motor

The YASA 750 R is an axial-flux electric motor with high torque and power densities.

The second generation motor in the 750 series, it features enhanced mechanical design for easy integration and additional strength and rigidity.

The YASA 750 R offers 790Nm of peak torque, 200kW of peak power and a speed range of 0 – 3250rpm within an axial length of 98mm.

These characteristics make the YASA 750 R ideally suited to direct drive traction and mobile generation applications.

Design Features

Best-in-class torque and power density. Peak power density >5 kW/kg

Dimensions just 368mm (D) x 98mm (L)

Through-shaft mounting, may be stacked for increased torque and power

Integrated position and temperature sensors

Hypervolt EV Charger

Hypervolt has developed a beautifully designed smart charger, that meets all of your charging needs.

Key Details

Compatible with all plug-in vehicle brands

Power Ratings: 7kW

Universal Socket or Tethered

Smartphone app controlled

3-year product warranty

Smartphone Controlled

Control your charging via the Hypervolt Cloud, with access to all features through the palm of your hand


real-time energy and cost information

WiFi Enabled

No need to run an ethernet direct to your internet, simply connect the Hypervolt to your Wi-Fi


Optimal for Solar Charging


Built in solution to protect against the loss of earthing


Schedule your departure times to ensure you’re always charged up and ready to go

Osprey Tritium RTM75 Electric Charging Point

Market-leading chargers. Sustainably powered.

We do more than provide fast, reliable charging stations which accept multiple payment methods. We create a comfortable experience, one that ‘feels’ Osprey, that our customers remember, talk to others about, and want to experience again and again. We are independent of all charge point manufacturers and install the right EV charger for each site, matching the charging speed to the dwell time.

What affects your EV charging speed?

You would be forgiven for finding charging rates a little confusing, it’s a tricky subject to get your head around. But fear not, we have the low-down on what you should look out for when your EV charging speeds aren’t quite what you expected during a public charging session.

With the various factors coming from both vehicle and the infrastructure, we want to shed light on all of these elements so you can walk away feeling confident when you next use a rapid charger.

Infrastructure Limits

Now we will look at the ways charging infrastructure set up affects the max possible charge rate your car can draw from a charge point.

Cable limits

The cables installed at a charge point can affect the maximum possible charge rate. The cable that delivers the power from the charger to your EV needs to be of a suitable size. A balance is required between being large enough in diameter to allow enough power to flow easily, but not too large to then require considerable amounts of heating and electrical insulation that will then cause the cable to be too heavy and rigid and thus unusable. It is also worth noting that even where the highest capability cable is installed, such as at Osprey’s dynamic load-sharing hubs with Kempower technology, most vehicle batteries will still charge at a slightly lower rate than the maximum possible compared to that which could be achieved on an 800V car due to the majority of cars on the road today being 400V.

Grid capacity

Grid capacity is dependent on the high voltage infrastructure and how it is linked to the primary substations in the area. At Osprey, we always secure a greater amount of grid than required for the number of chargers at a site.

Another important factor that we always consider is selecting the correct chargers for the site based on dwell time as well as the available grid. We demonstrate this with our en-route sites where we install high-powered chargers due to the shorter dwell time. However, if we install chargers at a site with many amenities and a longer dwell time, then we opt for more chargers of lower power in these locations to complement your shopping needs and maximise the number and availability of charge points.

Charger set-up (power sharing)

The way a charging site is set up can also affect the max charge rate. ‘Power sharing’ can be used across charging sites to maximise grid connections when site restrictions apply. One simple way to share power is to allow for dual charging on a single charge point. When one car is using the charger, the load is maximised (eg. 50kW). However, if another car were to plug into the same charger, this charge rate is then split between the two vehicles (25kW each).

Osprey do not set up charging sites like this, because it becomes unclear for the customer what maximum rate of charge they can get from the charger. Instead, you may have heard about our dynamic load-balancing hubs, which maximise available power to the cars plugged in in real-time.

Tritium RTM75

Charge rate up to 75kW

6m long cables

A 40kWh Nissan Leaf will take 41 minutes to charge

A Tesla Model 3 Long Range will take 49 mins to charge

A Jaguar I-PACE will take 56 minutes to charge

Evoy Breeze Outboard Electric Motor System

Evoy Breeze 120+ hp outboard motor sets a new standard in the industry. The continuous power minimum is 120+ hp – usually significantly higher – while peak power is an impressive 185 hp. Robust design (IP66) for use in fresh and saltwater environments. Best suited for 15-25 ft single installation and 23-30 ft for double installations. 

Be ready to turn heads on the water with this fantastic looking motor on the back of your boat. 

A clean, connected, powerful electric outboard system

Worry Free Electric Boating

The Breeze outboard motor has 3,3 kW AC charger as standard with options to upgrade to 11 kW or 22 kW for faster charging. As standard our systems are fully compatible with DC charging enabling up to 200 kW supercharging. Range is highly dependent of course on the speed and the boat weight and design (not to mention sea conditions). With 63 kW you can expect up to 30 nm in planing underway speed. At 5 knots expect 12 hours. 

Liquid-cooled battery

3000 Charging Cycles 

The batteries have been tested and approved according to DNV strict safety regulations. The batteries have IP67 waterproofing and liquid cooling. Designed for 3000 charging cycles with 70% DOD. Choose between 63, 126 or 189 kWh battery packs.

Evoy app

Enjoy complete overview of your boat from the comfort of your couch. The Evoy control system is connected 24/7. This means that we can show you near real time information about your boat as well as put you in complete control from the palm of your hand. 


Monitor the position, speed and heading of your boat at any time. 

Charging management

Know your boat’s current state of charge, set charging threshold, start or stop charging. Manage charging directly from your phone without needing to be near the boat. 

Sensor readings 

Don’t worry about the starter battery draining, again. See current and historical values for starter battery voltage. More sensors and possibility to set up alerts coming soon. 

Trip log 

Your trips will automatically be recorded. See all your trips. Where you went, how fast you drove and how much energy you used. 

Share boat access  

Multiple users? No problem. Share boat access from our app. And unshare it. 

Charging log (coming soon)  

Borrowed some energy at a friends house? Get full overview of your charging. When, where and how much did you charge.  

CO2 impact (coming soon)  

By driving an electric boat, you have zero emission while driving. See how much CO2 you are saving compared to a diesel or petrol boat. 

Geofencing (coming soon)  

Get notified if you boat drifts or travels outside of a pre-defined area. 

Smart boating

Complete control in the palm of your hand

Evoy’s High Contrast TFT Touchscreens make your e-boating experience a treat. With the option of 10” or 16”, single or dual screens you are able to move physical buttons to the screen.


Weather updates

FM / DAB / radio

Full Marine Navigation


WiFi & 4G

Over-the-Air updates

NMEA support

Real-time motor/battery status

Charging Management

Monitor cost and CO2 savings



Echo-sounder w/data dashboard visualization

Automatic Identification System (AIS) for traffis monitoring

A head-turning motor

No emissions, odors or sound

Very affordable to use

High-capacity DC fast charging

50-100 nm in slow speed

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