Zap-Map said it saw a 280% increase in electric routes planned in May 2021 versus the same period two years ago.
A new tariff from Good Energy, in partnership with Zap-Map, will allow electric vehicle (EV) drivers to charge their plug-in car for free.
Avis Budget appoints a new Alan Olivier-Smith as new UK general manager, the ORR confirms new CEO and Zap-Map expands its senior leadership team.
Ultra-rapid charge points are proving popular with usage increasing five-fold over the past year, according to a new report from Zap-Map.
New tariff to launch in early 2021 is announced alongside set of new partnerships in electric mobility.
Zap-Map has launched a service which allows EV drivers to use a single app to pay for charging across different networks.
One-fifth (21%) of electric vehicle drivers using the public and manufacturer-owned chargepoint infrastructure have experienced issues with the network.
The number of electric vehicle (EV) charge points at supermarkets has doubled in the last two years, according to data analysed by Zap-Map and the RAC.
Free voice-activated function on Google Assistant allows users to search for EV charge points using voice commands at home, work or on the move.
An increasing demand from EV drivers for more powerful chargers is among a range of findings from the Zap-Map EV Charging Survey.
Zap-Map has announced that Good Energy has taken a 12.9% share in its parent company, with an option to take a majority share within two years.
Zap-Map has launched a route planner, designed to help UK motorists locate electric vehicle charge points on route.
Zap-Map has launched a peer-to-peer EV charging network, allowing charge point owners to share electricity with other registered users.
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