WTC Den Haag addressing charging demand



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WTC Den Haag is a sprawling complex consisting of 63.500 m2 of prime office space and extensive facilities including a hotel, various restaurants and a conference center. Tenants include renown international firms such as AstraZeneca and PWC and a raft of smaller businesses. WTC Den Haag houses a parking garage with over 1000 parking spaces which is currently operated by Interparking.


On behalf of Bouwinvest Dutch Institutional Office Fund, CBRE wished to address increasing demand for charge points in a structural manner. It requested an expandable and smart charging infrastructure to cater for its discerning tenants.  CBRE appointed Collectric as charging service provider to develop the infrastructure and to operate it in line with agreed service levels to ensure sufficient availability. Collectric developed an infrastructure deployment plan for the phased roll-out of charge points. The initial deployment in early 2021 consisted of 32 charge points. The number of charge points has since been expanded to 96. The charging infrastructure is built up out of a number of smart charging plazas located on the 1st deck in vicinity of the main entry and exit. Various safety interlocks ensure a reliable operation whilst a consistent look and feel reflects positively on the quality of the building.  


CBRE and Interparking have been completely unburdened in the provision of high-quality charging services. Upon completion of the installation works, Collectric was appointed charging service provider responsible for keeping the facilities up to date and operations compliant with regulatory requirements. Collectric is providing regular reports on the infrastructures overall performance including utilization and financial performance.