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Seems like the biggest players have now cottoned on.

"One of the main advantages of BP are the prime locations of the stations"

Unclear though where this leaves BP Pulse?
 

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It seems odd unless Polar are ditched. VW will want something out for the money they put in. Publicity, etc.
 

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It seems odd unless Polar are ditched. VW will want something out for the money they put in. Publicity, etc.
Polar has been ditched. It was merged with Chargemaster to make Pulse.
My guess is that the WeCharge cards handed out with VAG EVs will suddenly be usable on Pulse chargers.
 

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My guess is that the WeCharge cards handed out with VAG EVs will suddenly be usable on Pulse chargers.
And then more justifiable to pay premium for WeCharge Go for example.
 

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Polar has been ditched. It was merged with Chargemaster to make Pulse.
My guess is that the WeCharge cards handed out with VAG EVs will suddenly be usable on Pulse chargers.
Yes but I was thinking more about the UK manufacturing and management role for the existing, what was, "Polar" network.
In terms of the future of charging in the UK it will be interesting to see what sort of price differences evolve between the charging facilities at petrol stations on trunk routes and other sites well away from these roads.
 
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