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Coronavirus: Source London offers NHS and Met Police free access to EV charging

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Source London is offering free access to its network of electric vehicle (EV) charge points across London to NHS and Met Police staff, to support their efforts in the fight against the Coronavirus crisis.

From today, staff across both institutions will be granted access to free charging for their EVs across the entire Source London network in order to support their continued commute and wider operations throughout the Capital.

These measures will remain in place until the end of April and may be renewed if needed.

Any NHS staff who do not currently have a Source London membership will also be offered six free months of subscription if they start a Source London membership within the next three months.

Christophe Arnaud, managing director of Source London, said: “First and foremost, I would like to thank those going above and beyond to ensure the safety of the nation despite this challenging context. I have no doubt that through their continued professionalism and dedication to ensuring our safety that we will make it through this.

“We are all in this together, and as London’s leading charge point provider we want to play our part in supporting those who are keeping the Capital safe. The NHS and Met Police continue to fight this on the front-line 24/7, and by offering them free access to our entire charge point network we hope we can help to assist with their movements across the city.”

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