Allstar Business Solutions, a provider of fuel and recently charge cards in the UK has partnered with Plug-N-Go, adding 18 sites to the Allstar One Electric network. The company says the new addition enables fleet drivers to recharge their EVs at over 1,700 sites across the UK.
The partnership with Plug-N-Go is also the latest in a line of strategic deals. Allstar recently teamed up with Gronn Kontakt, an EV charging company owned by Statkraft as reported. The deal had marked the start of a new EV charge payment card called Allstar One Electric.
Paul Holland, managing director of UK Fuel at Fleetcor UK of which Allstar is part of, commented on the new deal with Plug-N-Go, saying, “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.”
Allstar partnerships for the new charge cars include eight other charging providers such as Chargepoint services, ESB Energy, Engenie, and Source London. The card currently allows access to a multi-brand network of over 3,700 charging points across 1,500 locations. Plug-N-Go adds 4,200 publicly accessible fast-charge points up to 50 kWh.
Allstar is part of Fleetcor, a global business payments company.
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