We've passed ONE MILLION charging hours
Source London is delighted to announce to have now delivered over one million hours of charging to its customers.
We are proud to have come this far, but this is just the beginning.
Having installed over 1200 charge points across two-thirds of London, we strive to keep expanding and adding to the much-needed infrastructure which will enable the flourishment of electric vehicles in the Capital.
New EV charging stations opened
Source London is delighted to announce the opening of 20 new Electric Vehicle charging stations across the London boroughs of Westminster, Islington, Wandsworth, Greenwich, Merton, and Southwark. We now have over 1100 available charge points!
Below you can find the new stations.
Westminster- all 22kW rapid charge points:
- 14 Lancaster Gate, W2 3LH
- Sussex Place with Clifton Place junction, W2 2SQ
Source London partners up with Allstar Business Solutions
Source London is proud to have partnered up with Allstar Business Solutions in the launch of their new Allstar One Electric card, which represents an all-in-one payment solution for all fuel types.
The Allstar One Electric card integrates the traditional benefits from the Allstar One card with the ability to pay for EV charging across a multi-brand network of charge points, which includes all Source London chargers.
Source London installs 1000th charge point
We have recently celebrated the installation of our 1000th charge point in London.
We are extremely proud to have reached this milestone, as we believe a vast and robust charging infrastructure is essential to encourage Londoners to switch to Electric Vehicles and therefore to bring cleaner air to the capital.
In light of the London Mayor’s new measures to tackle air pollution like the introduction of the ULEZ, it is more important than ever to provide the public with the means to take on a more environmentally-conscious lifestyle.
London to gain additional 1,000 EV charge points
London's electric vehicle transition has moved a step closer with the news that the capital's leading charging network is ready to deploy an additional 1,000 charge points across the city.