- New partnership to revolutionise how and where EV motorists can charge their vehicle
- The collaboration matches up the UK’s fastest growing parking technology provider, YourParkingSpace, with one of the largest global EV charging solutions companies, EVBox Group
- Deal will deliver the widest choice of pre-bookable EV park and charge points across the UK, meaning motorists will never be more than 20 minutes from an available YourParkingSpace charge point.
A new partnership between the UK’s fastest growing parking technology provider YourParkingSpace and EVBox, one of the world’s leading EV charging solutions companies, is set to revolutionise how and where motorists can charge their electric vehicle.
In a unique move for the UK market, it will ultimately see the roll-out of pre-bookable EV park and charge points across the country, including at locations in the retail and hospitality sectors, meaning motorists know that a charge point will be available when they arrive.
The partnership follows a successful trial at the Holiday Inn Express Bicester, operated by Atlas Hotels, and is set to drive YourParkingSpace’s ambition of ensuring that UK motorists are never more than 20 minutes away from an available charge point, which can be booked and paid for in advance through the YourParkingSpace app.
Harrison Woods, CEO at YourParkingSpace.co.uk, said: “Utilising our industry-leading technology YourParkingSpace is turning parking assets into connected mobility hubs. This partnership with EVBox is hugely exciting, enabling us to rapidly scale the deployment of charging stations for electric vehicles, scooters and other emerging micro-mobility services.”
Harrison added: “As electric vehicle sales rise rapidly the need for parking with electric vehicle charge points is essential. As a result of this ground-breaking partnership, we’re rolling out 200 charge points across the UK’s largest Holiday Inn Express franchise, Atlas Hotels, alongside a further 3,000 charge points for our comparable clients across the UK over the next 18 months.”