GRIDSERVE has raised the price of electric vehicle (EV) charging on its network after what it said are “unprecedented spiraling costs” affecting the entire energy sector.
InstaVolt has been ranked as the most popular public electric vehicle (EV) charging network, while legacy Electric Highway chargers have once again come in last place.
Over 20 of GRIDSERVE’s Electric Hubs are set to open by Q2 2022, with 11 now in construction alongside two Electric Forecourts.
GRIDSERVE is launching the GRIDSERVE Partner Network to deploy its electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure across the globe.
The live availability status of GRIDSERVE Electric Highway charging locations is now visible on Zap-Map following a recently completed integration.
Current± caught up with GRIDSERVE CEO Toddington Harper to discuss the acquisition, the funding required for its next steps and how the company is navigating the "real challenges" of COVID-19 and Brexit.
GRIDSERVE has today (1 July) brought together its Electric Forecourts, Electric Hubs and Electric Highway chargers into one network, dubbed the GRIDSERVE Electric Highway.
Following the acquisition of a 25% stake in March, GRIDSERVE has now fully taken on Ecotricity’s Electric Highway electric vehicle (EV) charging network.
GRIDSERVE is “working at a pretty phenomenal pace” to replace the existing electric vehicle (EV) chargers on Ecotricity’s Electric Highway.