Mercedes-Benz EQC drivers now can benefit from integrated access to the UK’s largest public electric vehicle charging network Polar.
Providers and policymakers are being warned that a fragmented charge point network is slowing the take-up of electric vehicles (EVs).
All new electric vehicle rapid charge points should provide debit or credit card payment by spring 2020 under a new Government ambition outlined today.
BP Chargemaster has unveiled its new 150kW ultra-fast charger at the Fully Charged Live event at Silverstone.
Operating a fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) in Milton Keynes has become a lot easier following the introduction of a new rapid charging hub that has opened in the town.
LeasePlan is offering new electric vehicle customers the option of a home charger package and access to Chargemaster’s charge point network.
Polar has grown its UK public rapid charging network by 50% in the past year: matching the annual percentage growth in electric vehicle registrations.
The number of electric vehicle chargepoints available to drivers has increased in both London and Southampton.
The UK's electric vehicle charging infrastructure will keep up with increased demand for the technology, says Chargemaster.
Network will have several thousand rapid chargers, many of which will be 150kW units, capable of providing around 100 miles of range in just 10 minutes.
Chargemaster is increasing the roll-out of the Polar national charging network, with 2,000 new charging points in 2018, including around 400 rapid chargers.
Polar has revealed that 45% of all UK charge points installed in 2017 are on the Polar network.
Polar has reported that it is the “UK’s largest rapid charging network” after its 300th installation.
Finding a public EV charge point has long formed a block to progress, but the networks are developing.
Electric car charging network POLAR is taking on all Chargemaster charging points that were operated by Source East.
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