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Allstar partners Engenie, GeniePoint for fleet charging payment card

Image: Engenie

Image: Engenie

Fleet fuel management provider Allstar has partnered a host of charging networks, including Engenie and GeniePoint, for the launch of a new payment card.

The One Electric Card will allow businesses with fleets of electric vehicles to pay for charging across a multi-branded charging network.

Chargepoint operators partnering Allstar for the card include Engenie, Source London, ESB EV Solutions and ChargePoint Services, which was acquired by Engie in June, through its GeniePoint network.

Alex Bamberg, managing director of EV Solutions at Engie, said: “Providing nationally accessible, easy to use, reliable refuelling facilities for electric vehicle drivers is critical in supporting the smooth transition to clean transport and improving air quality across the UK.”

Allstar is expecting the number of networks signed up to the payment card to continue to grow.

Ian Johnston, CEO of Engenie, said: “Low running costs, minimal maintenance, zero tailpipe emissions, and generous tax incentives means more businesses than ever are going electric.

“Signing up to the Allstar One Electric Card will open up our reliable and renewably powered network of rapid charging points to Allstar’s impressive portfolio of UK fleets."


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