Voltric announces charging partnership with Paua

Voltric, one of the UK’s fastest-growing electric vehicle (EV) car subscription companies, has announced it is partnering with Paua, the EV charge card provider, to offer drivers access to a hassle-free way to plug in and charge across the UK.

Voltric announces the partnership following a 12-month trial with current driver-subscribers. They have been using PAUA’s single charging card and app platform to access the UK’s largest roaming network of over 20,000 charge point connectors across 20 different networks in one card.

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All new Voltric electric vehicle drivers will now receive a Voltric charge card powered by Paua with their car. They will be able to use the card to locate, access and pay for their electric vehicle charging on a pay-as-you-go basis.

Voltric is an all-inclusive subscription service enabling more people to drive an electric vehicle and reduce emissions without the complexities of car leases and long-term contracts. 

Voltric wraps everything drivers need to get on the road for one monthly payment. This includes insurance, maintenance, recovery and servicing through its mobility-as-a-service offer. With no upfront cost or deposits or loan agreements, Voltric is reinventing the way we drive.

Julian Mensah, Voltric founder and CEO, said: “It’s great working alongside our friends at Paua – they are the rockstars of the fast-growing EV charging market. Our whole promise to drivers is to put more EVs on the road, protect our environment and simplify how we drive.” 

Niall Riddell, Paua founder and CEO, said: “Voltric and Paua is a great partnership as together we can offer drivers everything, they need to drive electric.

“We are committed to ensuring all electricity used with our network partners is 100 per cent renewable and therefore assure zero emissions giving Voltric customers peace of mind and an easy way to access the UK’s biggest network of public charging points.”

South Wales-based Voltric and Essex-based Paua are alumni of Tech Nation’s Libra 1.0 and Net Zero 2.0 programmes for tech companies and leaders. 

Gerard Grech, Founding Chief Executive of Tech Nation, said: “Both Voltric and Paua are great examples of the tech businesses we support through our start-up, growth and scale-up programmes.

Back in September, Liberty Charge, the UK’s fastest-growing electric vehicle charge point operator, completed integration with Paua. This provides Paua users with access to Liberty Charge’s 650 charge point sockets.

Ian Osborne
Ian Osborne
Editor-in-Chief at ElectricDrives

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