En-route EV charging network Applegreen Electric is the latest network to go live on the Zapmap in-app payment solution Zap-Pay.

The company joins live Zap-Pay partners Osprey, ESB Energy, char.gy, GeniePoint, Mer, MFG EV Power, Fastned, Alfa Power, Connected Kerb, evyve and Charge My Street on Zap-Pay.

Zap-Pay is a single-app payment solution that uses a credit or debit card to pay for charging on all the key charge point networks across the UK.

Drivers using Zap-Pay are also able to view their charging history, receive live status updates while away from their vehicle, and download receipts to help keep track of their spending.

Applegreen Electric is rolling out a network of ultra-rapid charging points at motorway service areas (MSAs) across the UK, as well as the USA and Ireland.

It currently operates around 160 chargers stretching from Scotland to the home counties, primarily at Welcome Break locations on the strategic road network.

Matt Lloyd, Head of CPO Networks at Zapmap, said, “With high-power charge points conveniently situated at motorway service stations, Applegreen Electric is a valuable addition to the Zap-Pay partner network – and this announcement should come as great news for electric car drivers undertaking longer journeys.

“For any new electric car drivers not familiar with Zap-Pay, it’s a really easy way to pay for charging across networks from within the Zapmap app.”

Jack O’Brien, Country Manager at Applegreen Electric, said, “Integrating with Zap-Pay is another really exciting step forward for Applegreen Electric.

“Zapmap is already an important partner for us in terms of helping drivers to find our charge points and plan their routes around Applegreen Electric locations.”


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