Wallbox and Osprey partner to expand reliable public charging in the UK

  • The commercial agreement will begin with the installation of 125 of Wallbox’s Supernova DC rapid chargers at Osprey low-voltage connection stations
  • Supernova DC rapid chargers will be rolled out at 15 locations nationwide
  • On average a Supernova will save 60.8 tons of CO2 over its lifecycle.

After recently announcing a commercial partnership with Octopus Energy, enabling the integration of the Wallbox Pulsar Max with Octopus Energy’s ‘Intelligent Octopus Go’ tariff, Wallbox have announced a new strategic partnership with Osprey Charging.

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The collaboration will begin by expanding the Osprey public charging network with 125 units of Wallbox’s Supernova DC rapid charger coupled with WBX care program; offering preventative and corrective maintenance to their Supernova fleet.

“We are excited to partner with Osprey to offer EV drivers across the UK access to a reliable DC charging network. Designed to fit into a wide variety of locations, the first 125 Supernova rapid chargers will be deployed in more than 15 locations across the UK.”

Phil Bond – DC Key Account Manager UK+IE | Wallbox

As society continues the transition to a variety of emobility solutions, availability and reliability of public charging is often cited as the two  main reasons individuals are still reluctant to embrace electric vehicles (EV).

“Our partnership with Wallbox enables us to increase the number of rapid chargers we can easily install at locations with low-voltage connections. Wallbox’s Supernova rapid charger meets our needs for power availability, ease of installation and maintenance, while offering the seamless experience we expect as standard for our customers.” 

Lewis Gardiner – Head of Operations | Osprey Charging Network. 

The first chargers installed as part of this collaboration recently went live at Towneley Garden Centre, Burnley, before rolling out to 14 other Osprey locations across the UK.

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