EV charging networks boosted by Octopus Energy: Pan-European EV charging network IONITY to its electric juice Network(EJN) in the UK and Europe has been added by Octopus Energy.

If EJN users charge at IONITY stations the company has said you will recieve a 5% discount.

Ford Motor company, BMW group, Hyundai Motor Group, Volkswagen Group including Audi and Porche and Mercedes Benz AG are part of a joint venture with IONITY.

“Transport is responsible for a third of all carbon emissions in the UK, so decarbonising our roads is a huge step we need to take in the race to net zero.” commented Zoisa North-Bond, Director at Octopus Energy.

“More partners coming on board to EJN makes it easier for petrol car drivers to consider EVs and simplifies the whole process for current EV drivers.”

“Next to the development of a reliable high-power charging network, easy access and a comfortable charging experience play a big role in the adaptation of e-mobility.” said Pia Bretschneider, Country Manager, UK and Ireland at IONITY.

EV charging networks boosted by Octopus Energy

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