At GRIDSERVE, we are at the centre of an electric vehicle ecosystem that is powering the EV transition. To really move the needle on climate change, it’s crucial that we are all charging in the same direction with speed and scale. That’s why we’re proud to partner with a number of brands to accelerate the delivery of charging infrastructure.
GRIDSERVE is the official EV partner of Fulham Football Club for the 2023/24 and 2024/25 season, installing charging points at its Motspur Park training ground and Craven Cottage, as well as supplying a fleet of Tesla Model Ys. These will be used to transport Fulham FC staff and players to training and away games and help the club improve its sustainability.Find out more
We partnered with Moto in 2022 to bring High Power charging to the UK’s motorway service areas, starting at Moto Rugby. Our Electric Super Hubs are now at Moto services across the country offering high power, hassle-free, contactless charging to drivers of all electric vehicles.
GRIDSERVE is a proud partner of Mollie’s, a growing family of restaurants that are modernising the classic American diner experience, albeit with better coffee and a suitably British twist. We provide the latest, industry-leading EV chargers powered by net zero carbon energy for customers at both Mollie’s Diner and adjacent Mollie’s Motel.Find out more
The partnership between GRIDSERVE and Dobbies Garden Centres is a UK-first between a charging operator and the major garden centre retailer, with over 10 locations planned across the UK. Here, we provide a variety of charging speeds to suit the differing needs of a wide-ranging customer base.
GRIDSERVE and Roadchef have partnered to deliver clean, fast electric vehicle charging. With a network of our Medium Power chargers already across many Roadchef sites, we are now beginning a major upgrade programme that will bring the faster GRIDSERVE High Power chargers to support the transition to electric vehicles.
We partner with independent retail parks to bring High Power charging to these important and busy sites that are often located near main roads. Our first was Solstice Park near Stonehenge, with Abbey Retail Park in St Ives, Cambridgeshire following in 2023.
If you are a landowner considering adding EV charging facilities to your property, help us enhance our national network, address the climate emergency and make your sites more competitive and profitable in the process. Simply answer a few questions and our team of developers can advise on the best solution for you.