London-based EV charging app Bonnet is giving its users more than 7,000 new locations on its app, by way of a new partnership with UK charging network ubitricity. The network, a wholly owned subsidiary of Shell, operates across the UK, Germany and France - it uses local infrastructure like lamp posts and bollards as charge points.
“We are thrilled that ubitricity, as the UK’s largest charging network, has joined us from today and we really look forward to working with them," says Patrick Reich, CEO and co-founder of Bonnet. "At Bonnet we are working around the clock to make charging up as easy as possible - removing the need for multiple apps - and the inclusion of leading networks like ubitricity, whose chargers are accessible on-street, is one way we will deliver this mission.”
This partnership closely follows a recent partnership struck between Bonnet and German-based charging network EnBW. The new partnerships offer Bonnet drivers access to over 40 networks and 260,000 charging devices across the UK and Europe.