THE US firm Fleetcor, most commonly known in the UK for its Allstar fuel cards, has acquired Mina, a cloud-based digital electric vehicle (EV) charging software platform.
If you’ve not come across Mina before, its Mina Homecharge product captures, calculates and pays for home business-use charging directly to the energy provider, therby side-stepping clumsy pay and reclaim expenses.
Fleetcor is no stranger to Mina, having already invested twice in the business, and provides its own branded Allstar Homecharge product to customers.
Combined with Allstar’s leading on-the-road EV charging capabilities, Fleetcor now offers SME fleet managers access to a comprehensive suite of EV charging solutions to help manage the transition to EVs.
Mina offers three products for SME fleets: Mina Homecharge, which pays the driver’s home charging costs with the driver’s energy supplier directly; Chargepass, which is a card to access to the UK’s fastest charger network; and Onefleet, an all-inclusive home and public charging subscription service.
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