Zap-Map, unveils Zap-Pay a new service that enables EV drivers to use a single app to pay for charging across different networks. Engenie, the UK-wide rapid charging network, will be the first network-available on Zap-Pay.
Zap-Pay will allow all EV drivers to seamlessly pay to charge on any participating network. Many thousands of EV drivers already use Zap-Map to locate chargers across the UK, plan longer journeys, and share updates. With the addition of Zap-Pay, drivers will now be able to search, plan, and pay, all in one app.
As the EV market continues to go from strength to strength, journey planning and paying with one app or membership card must also follow – Zap-Pay will help do just that, propelling us towards cleaner towns and cities and a zero emission future.Rachel Maclean, the UK Government Transport Minister.
Engenie was chosen as the Zap-Pay launch partner due to its customer-focused approach and easy to use charge points that support all EVs currently on the market. At launch, Zap-Pay is live on ten Engenie charge points across four locations – Stratford, Gloucester, Chepstow, and Bristol. By the end of September, Zap-Pay will be rolled out across the Engenie network of 150+ rapid charge points.