Bonnet, the largest independent electric vehicle charging aggregator in Europe, has announced that FM Conway’s electric vehicle charging network, SureCharge, who operate over 2,000 chargers across the UK, is now available on its app.
The new partnership will mean thousands of electric car drivers without off-street parking will have the ability to recharge closer to home.
The SureCharge network was set up in 2021 by the leading construction group FM Conway and most of its current 2,000 chargers are located in London, though its network is growing quickly across the country.
FM Conway operates the SureCharge points for drivers with the majority being 5.5kWh lampposts, all the way to rapid chargers which offer up to 150kWh.
With the new addition of SureCharge, Bonnet users now have access to 25 networks and over 150,000 devices spanning the whole of the UK and Europe.
SureCharge is the latest charging network to be added to Bonnet, following the recent additions of MFG EV Power in the UK and the Italian networks Enel X Way and FTX.
Alongside easy access to an affordable network across multiple countries, Bonnet users can see real-time data on charger availability through its app, ensuring no time is wasted travelling to in-use or damaged charge points.
As well as its growing network and industry-leading reliability, from just £2 per month, Bonnet users can also enjoy discounted prices of 10% at all listed chargers through its ‘Boost’ scheme, and 15% discounts under its £8 a month ‘Turbo Boost’ plan, whether they are located in car parks, on streets or at motorway networks.
Patrick Reich, CEO and co-founder of Bonnet, said: “We are very excited to start the new year by adding the SureCharge network to Bonnet as it continues to rapidly grow in the UK.
“SureCharge from FM Conway is a natural partner for Bonnet as we both share the same mission to deliver an accessible and reliable charging experience for all drivers, wherever they are using rapid devices or on-street lampposts.
“We look forward to working with FM Conway and their SureCharge network, and all our network partners as more and more people make the switch to EVs in 2023.”
Image courtesy of Bonnet.