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MOTO and GRIDSERVE launch eighth High Power charging hub

This year alone Moto and GRIDSERVE have added 65 high power chargers across seven new Electric Super Hubs, with Yorkshire being its latest. Image: GRIDSERVE.

This year alone Moto and GRIDSERVE have added 65 high power chargers across seven new Electric Super Hubs, with Yorkshire being its latest. Image: GRIDSERVE.

Moto and GRIDSERVE have opened their eighth high power electric vehicle (EV) charging hub in Yorkshire.

As part of the companies’ rollout of Electric Super Hubs across the UK, 12 350kW-capable EV chargers have been installed at Moto Wetherby, with capacity to expand when future demand requires.

All of the new chargers have been designed to include both CCS and CHAdeMO connectors, accept contactless payments and to provide at least one extra-wide accessible charging bay for every six EV charging spaces.

Real-time status updates will be available for the chargers on a myriad of EV charging maps, the companies said, including Zap-Map.

Ken McMeikan, chief executive at Moto, said: “We are delighted to continue our roll-out of the High Power Charging Hubs and we will be opening more hubs at all of our Motorway Service Areas across the country in the coming 12 months.”

In 2022, Moto and GRIDSERVE have added 65 high power chargers across seven new Electric Super Hubs, including chargers in Thurrock in May, Exeter and Burton-in-Kendal last April and its first one in Wales in February.

Moto is currently on track to deliver at least six high power chargers at all its sites by 2023.

“We are committed to building an awesome UK-wide charging network, enabling anyone, anywhere, in any type of EV to take on any journey and have a great customer experience, and with the opening of Moto Wetherby, we are able to deliver more people in the North of England this experience,” said Toddington Harper, CEO of GRIDSERVE.

In addition to the rollout of Electric Super Hubs with Moto, GRIDSERVE is continuing to develop its Electric Forecourt that are supplied by 100% of renewable energy and opened its second site last April in Norwich, following its flagship site in Braintree back in 2020.

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