The majority of the company’s 300 charging points are at motorway service stations, and drivers will have to use an app to pay to use them
Ecotricity, the provider of the majority of electric car chargers at motorway services, will begin charging £5 for a 20-minute fast charge.
The company will start upgrading the hardware of its entire charging network to accept payments from a new app next week, and it expects all of its chargers to accept payments by Friday 5 August.
Users must download the ‘Electric Highway’ app that allows drivers to pay at the pump. The app also shows a …read more