Engenie joins Octopus Electric Juice roaming service in ‘crucial step’ for seamless charging

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Octopus Energy has added a new electric vehicle (EV) charging network to its roaming service Electric Juice.

Engenie – which operates over 150 rapid charging stations at over 100 UK locations – is the latest to come on board to the service.

Its charging locations, including London’s first rapid charging hub, will now be included in the Electric Juice network, with Octopus stating that with this addition the network now has “significant” inner-city and on-the-road coverage.

This follows on from the launch of the Beta version in May, which saw Char.gy be the first to join the network, which allows drivers to pay with their Octopus Energy account across both Char.gy and Engenie’s networks.

This is to be expanded across other charging locations as more networks are added, Octopus said, helping to eradicate the often-cited barrier to electrification of different networks requiring different apps and payment cards.

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