IER will be looking to expand the number of Source London charge points to 6,000 by 2018 to meet the growing needs of EV drivers. They aim to do this by working with existing partners to identify new charging locations or by attracting new partners to the scheme.
IER also propose a broad range of customer services for Source London members and will be developing a new Source London website, a London based sales office, new mobile applications and platforms for engagement through social media.
I don't think you have read it right. There is a difference between charge point installers, network service providers and system operators.interesting that we have companies in the UK (Chargemaster, Podpoint etc) and they chose to go with a French company, does that tell us something about our home grown charging companies ?
I have only ever been able to make the left charge post work at Bicester in all my visits.I tried my new in September last Chargemaster card in Bicester Village yesterday. I have had no letter or email to say they will not work as of April 1st.Two posts there and neither worked with either card, I have 2 because the first one wasn't being read I thought, of course I now know better...duh! I have tried those posts four times since September and have never succeeding in getting either of them to work so no great surprise.
There was however a Leaf charging on the left post!? Whilst the car park operator was busy discovering his C.M card wouldn't work on either post Leaf owner appeared. His Source London card worked but only on the left post.
A single success from one in four cards but only on one of two posts so a 7:1 failure rateSince then I have discovered a CM post that worked on April 2nd now no longer does. It seems service denial i.e. "The Big Switch Off" is underway.