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BP to bring its new Fuel & Charge offer to Fleet Live

BP Chargemaster 150kW ultra-fast EV chargers

Fleet Live is next week, and BP has announced that it will bring its new Fuel & Charge offer to the show.

The company will be displaying its new offer on stand number A20.

Its new offer facilitates fleets switching to EV by offering flexibility to keep all vehicles mobile, despite what engine type it has.

Jo McDonnell, UK fuel cards manager, said: “With the new Fuel & Charge offer combined with BP Chargemaster’s home and work charging solutions, we are demonstrating our commitment to ensuring EV is a viable option for more fleet customers. 

“This offer gives the flexibility combined with the solution for fleets to make the move to electric and we’re very excited to be bringing it to life at Fleet Live”.

Those fleets that use BP Fuel & Charge will have access to the BP Plus cross acceptance network (3,500 fuel sites) and the Polar network (which offers 7,000 EV charging points).

Visitors to the BP stand will be able to participate in a Batak game, in which they could win the chance to drive an electric car for a week.

BP Chargemaster will be on stand to discuss the options for home and office charging, as well as the new ultra-fast charge points, which are currently rolling out across its forecourts.

BP will bring more information on its pricing, network, security and fleet admin control and management information.

Not only does Fleet Live provide you with the chance to learn more about BP Plus, BP Plus Bunker and BP Supercharge, but there’s two days of must-see fleet seminars and stands.

See the agenda here.

To register, please click here.

Fleet Live will take place on 8 and 9 October at NEC, Birmingham.

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