FLEET drivers have more new high power chargers at their disposal with the opening of new electric vehicle charging facilities at the Moto Severn View and Moto Heston service stations.
Operated by GRIDSERVE and Moto, the UK’s largest motorway services operator, six new high power chargers are ready to go from today (23 June) at Moto Severn View and 11 to Moto Heston with capacity to expand as demand increases.
The 350kW-capable high power chargers, supplied by renewable, net zero carbon energy, can deliver up to 100 miles of range in under 10 minutes.
SME fleet drivers heading for the GRIDSERVE Electric Super Hubs at Moto locations will find both CCS and CHAdeMO connectors. The chargers accept contactless payments and provide at least one extra-wide accessible charging bay for every six EV charging spaces.
Real-time status updates are shared with a myriad of the most popular EV charging maps, including Zap-Map, allowing visibility on charger availability.
Toddington Harper, CEO of GRIDSERVE, said:
“GRIDSERVE is continuing its multimillion-pound investment in the GRIDSERVE Electric Highway charging network with the launch of its fifth and sixth Electric Super Hubs delivered so far this year. We’re building a robust, dependable, nationwide charging network so that anyone, anywhere, can feel confident about driving any type of electric vehicle and have a great charging experience.”
Where To Find New High Power GRIDSERVE Electric Super Hubs At Moto Service Areas
- Moto Rugby (12 350kW-capable chargers)
- Moto Swansea (6 350kW-capable chargers)
- Moto Exeter (12 350kW-capable chargers)
- Moto Burton in Kendal (6 350kW-capable chargers)
- Moto Thurrock (12 350kW-capable chargers)
- Moto Severn View (6 350kW-capable chargers)
- Moto Heston (11 350kW-capable chargers)
- In addition to Moto Severn View’s newly launched high-powered electric vehicle charging hub, the site retains its 60kW Medium Power GRIDSERVE charger, as well as two untethered up to 22kW AC chargers.