Each of the Electric Super Hubs has six 350kW-capable high-power chargers, joining the Gridserve electric highway network of over 160 locations. 

To make it as easy as possible for customers to charge their EV, all Gridserve Electric Hubs feature both CCS and CHAdeMO connectors, accept contactless payment and provide real-time status updates to a myriad of popular EV charging maps. The chargers are powered by 100% net zero carbon energy from the company’s pioneering hybrid solar + battery farms.

Since 2021, the partnership has delivered more than 320 EV charging points with 142 of those being high power EV charging points across 18 locations. Gridserve and Moto say they are committed to levelling up EV charging infrastructure across the UK as electric vehicle ownership continues to rapidly increase before the ban on new petrol and diesel cars in 2030.