Paua and Liberty Charge

Liberty Charge completes Paua integration for business access to charge point network

The UK’s fastest growing Electric Vehicle charge point operator has completed integration with Paua, allowing Paua users with access to their 650 charge points.

Liberty Charge provides a solution for publicly accessible EV charging that is fully-financed, with it’s street-level micro hubs levelling the playing fields for those who are unable to access driveway charging opportunities.

The partnership with Paua will allow business drivers to access the street-level locations vie the Paua card, being supported by the app that shows live status across the networks, alongside charging updates.

Neil Isaacson, CEO of Liberty Charge, said;

“Liberty offers a truly end-to-end privately funded solution, including the full range of charging speeds. Working with Paua ensures that we cater for businesses as well as local residents. We are all excited to see what this partnership can do to support British businesses’ transition to zero emissions transport.

Co-founder and CEO of Paua, Niall Riddell, added:

“Paua is delighted to be working with Liberty Charge on this journey. This continues to confirm Paua’s position as the largest roaming network in the UK. We look forward to supporting fleets of all shapes and sizes onto our roaming platform.”

The under-resourcing of local authority EV infrastructure and strategy was recently highlighted by Liberty Charge in the Local Authority Insight Report, and it is clear that there are important challenges to be addressed.

Liberty Charge’s network being entirely renewable powered aligns with Paua’s ambition to ensure  that all drivers receive 100% renewable ‘Paua’ whilst charging with the Paua card.

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