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Allstar unveils EV payment solution

FUEL, EV, and business expense payment company Allstar has today Chargepass, to help accelerate the UK’s transition to electric vehicles by making paying for EV charging simpler both at home as well as on the road.

The move follows the acquisition of Mina by Allstar’s parent company Fleetcor. As Mina and Allstars’ merger progresses both businesses will unite their efforts by blending the ingenuity of a startup with the market-leading capabilities of Allstar to offer a range of EV charging payment solutions under the name of Allstar Chargepass.

Alongside the launch, Allstar has appointed Ashley Tate, the former Chief Executive and founder of EV charging payment startup Mina, as Managing Director of Allstar Chargepass in the UK. Tate will be responsible for the rollout of Allstar Chargepass offering, bringing his expertise in creating industry-leading payment technology at Mina.

Allstar Chargepass is the UK’s only solution that allows fleet and business electric vehicles to be charged at home and on the road, eliminating the need for separate transactions, and offering customers a single monthly invoice. This also applies to businesses operating mixed fleets (electric and fuel), giving them ultimate flexibility across their total fuel and charging expense.

Powering some of the largest fleets in the UK, Allstar Chargepass means drivers don’t ever have to pay upfront EV charging costs and businesses don’t have to rely on flat rates schemes as a way of reimbursing them. Instead, EV charging costs consumed at home are paid accurately and directly to each employee’s energy supplier, and when charging on the road, employees have access to one of the UK’s largest EV charging network dedicated to businesses.

Beyond payments, the Allstar Chargepass solution equips businesses with tools to manage their electric vehicle fleets effectively via an intuitive portal. With features like ‘multi-electric vehicle mode’, companies can prevent charging fraud and improve charging transparency. Valuable insights including carbon intensity and emissions, cost per kWh, location, and duration of each charge also help inform fleet management decision-making, supporting businesses with their overall sustainability efforts.





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