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New EV charging hubs added to Moto service stations

Date: 01 April 2022   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Three new EV charging hubs, including high-power chargers capable of charging at up to 350kW, have been installed at Moto service stations.

This includes 12 chargers at the company's Exeter site, as well as six in Swansea and six at Burton in Kendal.

The Gridserve chargers will use net zero carbon energy, accept contactless payment, and be capable of delivering up to 100 miles of range in less than ten minutes with compatible vehicles.

All the new chargers will be live by Easter, with a further 12 then due to be installed at the Exeter site later this year.

Moto chief executive Ken McMeikan said: "As the biggest motorway services operator in the UK, Moto is uniquely positioned to help redress the geographic imbalances in the EV charging market and we are delivering on that potential.

"We are accelerating our ambition to open ultra-rapid charging hubs at all of our motorway service areas over the coming 12 months and are delighted with the progress that our partnership with Gridserve is making towards delivering a future of more sustainable motoring."

Gridserve CEO Toddington Harper said: "We are delivering the most comprehensive EV charging rollout the UK motorway network has ever seen. 

"Gridserve is determined to make charging anxiety a thing of the past and to deliver the infrastructure that will give drivers everywhere the confidence to go electric without compromise. 

"Moto has been instrumental in supporting us to deliver our electric hubs and we're excited to continue our work with them to continue the rollout at pace."