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Charge My Street joins Paua’s EV charging roaming network

Drivers can access Charge My Street chargepoints using the Paua app or card. Image: Paua

Drivers can access Charge My Street chargepoints using the Paua app or card. Image: Paua

Charge My Street’s electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints are now available on the Paua app in a new agreement between the two companies.

Charge My Street is a community benefit society based in the north west, with a public charging network of more than 100 sockets.

It is the latest network to join Paua, with others including Osprey, Fastned, IONITY, Connected Kerb, char.gy and Mer.

Indeed, Paua now claims to be the largest business roaming network in the country.

The company allows businesses using EVs as part of their fleet to pay for EV charging, obtain receipts and claim VAT refunds, with drivers able to either use the Paua app or the Paua charge card.

Daniel Heery, director of Charge My Street said: "The integration allows a seamless transition for those charging at their local chargepoints as well when visiting our chargepoints across England.

“As Charge My Street continue to provide a solution for those without access to off-street parking, we need to make sure the experience is seamless, Paua offers this to users."

Charge My Street also joined Zap-Map’s payment platform Zap-Pay last year, becoming the ninth chargepoint operator to be added to the platform.

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