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Allstar adds 110 EV chargers to network with Gronn Kontakt partnership

Date: 03 February 2021   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Fuel card firm Allstar has expanded its EV charging network through a new partnership with charging company Gronn Kontakt.

The deal means 110 chargers, across 47 sites, are added to Allstar's One Electric network, which now comprises more than 3,700 chargers across more than 1,500 locations.

Gronn Kontakt is the eighth addition to Allstar's multi-brand network.

Allstar says its expanding network will support increased fleet electrification, with its own customer research showing 30% of its customers already have EVs in place, with a further 65% of businesses planning to add EVs to their fleets over the next three years.

Paul Holland (pictured), managing director of UK fuel at Allstar's parent company Fleetcor UK, said: "Clearly there has been some fantastic momentum gained in the electric vehicle movement in recent times. 

"By partnering with Gronn Kontakt, we are helping UK fleets to make the switch to EV seamless, with increased convenience for charging sites as well as reducing range anxiety as we add more charging points to our growing network." 

Gronn Kontakt managing director Anthony Hine said: "We are pleased to work with Allstar in order to provide their users with the opportunity to seamlessly charge on our growing network. 

"Allstar is clearly embracing the future of EVs within the fleet and therefore are a natural partner to Gronn Kontakt."