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Nissan extends its partnership with Zapmap

Partnership allows most purchasers of new Nissan EVs will continue to be provided with a free premium subscription that includes in-car support via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

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Charging Infrastructure

Drivalia partners with Zapmap for rentals

Enabling customers to find more than 50,000 charge points across the UK and Ireland to suit their charging needs, from rapid and destination charging to overnight charging, the charge point map is an extremely valuable tool to reduce ‘range and charger anxiety’ for new as well as experienced EV drivers.

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Europcar Mobility Group UK partners with Zapmap in UK rental first

The first phase of the free Europcar Electric Vehicle Guide comprises a digital Showroom outlining the features and benefits of each electric vehicle in the Europcar fleet. An ICE vs EV cost comparator also helps motorists see the immediate savings they can make by driving electric.

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Zapmap and The Green Finance Institute reveal EV charge point utilisation

While to date there is no industry-standard definition or calculation for the utilisation of EV charging infrastructure in the UK, the groundbreaking report – for local authorities, investors and charge point operators – sees the Green Finance Institute and Zapmap introduce two effective ways to measure, understand and act upon utilisation rates.

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