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Alphabet signs partnership deal with Chargemaster

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Leasing and business mobility organisation Alphabet has appointed Chargemaster as its official electric vehicle (EV) charging partner in the UK.

Alphabet has a fleet of 8,000 electric and hybrid vehicles and last year the company was responsible for over 10% of all OLEV-grant eligible vehicles in the UK.

Chargemaster installed more than 30,000 home charging units last year. It also operates the country’s most comprehensive public charging network, POLAR, which gives EV drivers access to more than 5,500 charge points nationwide

David Bushnell, product manager for Alphabet said: “We believe that our customers will benefit hugely from our new partnership with Chargemaster in a multitude of ways - whether that is in their joined-up approach to workplace and home charging installation, a dedicated nationwide team of installers or the access to over 85% of the UK’s public charging network.”


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