POD Point rolls out new public charging network for electric vehicles

Madeleine Cuff
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New Open Charge network swaps RFID chips for smartphone apps in bid to make charging quicker and easier

POD Point, a supplier of electric vehicle charging stations, has this week launched a new network of charging stations that aim to make it easier for electric vehicle (EV) owners to charge up their vehicles....

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