I'm currently on holiday in St.Ives, Cornwall and the most westerly rapid charger in Cornwall is in St.Erth station car park. This is operated by GeniePoint and has a £1 connection fee and 30p per kWh fee. I'm reasonably happy with this BUT what I object to is having to pay an additional £3.30...
So, Source West (on the Charge your Car backend) is closing down, to be replaced by 'Revive Charging', which itself is a rebranding exercise of GeniePoint.
Confusingly, there seems to be a difference between a GeniePoint login and a Revive Charging login, yet they're both run on the same system...
27 March 2019 – ChargePoint Services, owner and operator of the GeniePoint Network, has today announced a green transport energy roll-out plan with Morrisons supermarkets to provide rapid electric vehicle charging across its sites, nationwide.
Morrisons will provide their customers with the...
Used a Geniepoint rapid for the first time yesterday (Starbucks, Bradford). I'd score them (out of ten):
Web App - 3
Charger - 4
Telephone support - 9
Price - 5
Tried to register two RFID cards (newmotion and CYC, the cards that live in my glove-compartment). The online registration failed...
As seen on Twitter this morning, @ChargePoint GENIE are rolling out rapid chargers at 400 petrol stations:
Petrol stations to get GeniePoint rapid EV charge points - Zap-Map
Edit: Turns out the company is Motor Fuel Group. There's a handy location map on their website: Locations – Motor Fuel Group