Fuel management company Allstar Business Solutions has added EV fast charging point providers Plug-N-Go to its network.
By including Plug-N-Go’s 18 sites in its multi-branded Allstar One Electric network, the company now enables fleet drivers to recharge their EVs at more than 1,700 sites across the UK.
Allstar says the partnership with Plug-N-Go is the latest in a string of strategic deals that are helping the firm work towards its goal of creating an EV charging network that is equivalent to its traditional fuelling points.
Earlier this year Allstar agreed a new partnership with EV charging company Gronn Kontakt, owned by Statkraft, Europe’s largest producer of renewable energy.
Under the deal Allstar added a further 47 charging sites and 110 charge points to the Allstar One Electric network.
Paul Holland, Managing Director of UK Fuel at Fleetcor UK, operator of Allstar said: “Our partnership with Plug-N-Go significantly strengthens the availability of EV charging for businesses across the UK, something that is key to the success of transitioning fleets over from traditional fuel types.
“It comes after we recently launched our Allstar One Electric card, which enables fleet managers to pay for all fuel types on one card, further easing the transition for operators.
“We’re pleased to be working with Plug-N-Go during such a critical period of change.”
Keith Hounsell, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Plug-N-Go, added: “The number of electric vehicles on the roads is increasing daily, but to ensure that everyone is able to seamlessly make the move to greener travel, we must provide regular charging points that are quick and easy to use.
“By combining our innovative technology with Allstar’s ever-growing network, we are able to achieve this together.”