Teesside University joins Rolec’s EV Charge Online network
Teesside University has installed 12 Rolec AutoCharge charging points linked up to the EV Charge Online network.
The network brings a number of benefits, including enabling drivers to pay via phone and making sure they don’t pay any subscription, membership or connection fees, just the advertised fee.
Earlier this year Rolec MD Keiron Alsop warned that EV uptake in the UK is being damaged by “extortionate” fees to access public charging networks, adding that drivers should only have to pay for the energy used.
Companies already running EV Charge Online points include Next, Aldi, Taylor Wimpey, Symantec and the NHS among others.