Fuuse increases public charging utilisation by 85%

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Fuuse is raising visibility for public chargers through integrations with Zap-Map, Google Maps and Apple Maps, and agreements with popular charge card networks. These latest charger promotion features, piloted by Charge My Street, enable organisations with public chargers to advertise live charger status’ to more EV drivers.

Through a series of partnerships and integrations, Fuuse can now offer its clients wider exposure for public chargers and increased visibility amongst drivers. Drivers can now find Fuuse powered chargers through their preferred map tools, see real time availability of those chargers, and check whether they are currently working.

Drivers can also access Fuuse chargers through preferred charge card suppliers, including Paua, Allstar and Octopus Electroverse, with more partnerships to be announced.

Fuuse piloted its new charger promotion services with Lancashire based Charge My Street, who install and operate community funded public EV charge points. The results were instant, with an immediate uplift in unique drivers, charging sessions and revenue seen in the first month. Last month, Charge My Street chargers saw an 80% increase in unique drivers and an 85% increase in charging sessions, since before the trial began. Resulting revenues had increased by 246% between September and December.

Daniel Heery, Director of Strategy at Charge My Street explains, “Charge My Street is committed to making the charging experience as simple as possible. Integrating with eMobility service providers like Allstar, Electroverse and Paua opens up the network to more drivers and helps increase usage. The Fuuse team have really delivered on the technical integrations – letting us get on with growing our network.”

Dan Lucy Lloyd, Chief Projects Officer for Fuuse says, “We are delighted to offer increased exposure of our clients’ chargers with these latest integrations. Not only are we delivering on our promise to help operators get more from their chargers by increasing utilisation and revenue potential, but we are also playing our part in making public chargers more accessible to all EV drivers.”

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