Osprey Voted Top 3 EV Charging Network

Osprey are delighted to be voted in the UK’s Top 3 rapid EV charging networks for a second year running in the Zap-Map Driver Survey, alongside Instavolt and Motor Fuels Group (MFG).


A photo of an Osprey charging hub with 4 Kempower charging posts

You can read the full results of the survey on Zap-Map here.

The Osprey team work incredibly hard across our departments to provide reliable and easy-to-use charging at convenient locations UK-wide. Earning the ‘EV Driver Recommended Network’ badge and the positive feedback from Zap-Map drivers is the highest reward.

It also highlights the areas we can work on to improve.

The feedback from today’s EV driver is clear: they want multiple easy-to-use, high-power chargers in a light and safe environment that’s easy to stop at. Motor Fuels Group have done a great job of delivering these kinds of charging stations this year, and deserve their resulting jump straight into the Top 3.

Osprey’s high-power hubs programme was announced a few months ago and we have since started construction on 10 hubs, opening the first on a main route between Wolverhampton and Birmingham, next to a brand new Costa. A second on a major road into central London, with an Aldi and Starbucks on site, will open in December.

We are thrilled to have scored highly in reliability and ease of use again this year, and with the opening of many Osprey hub sites next year expect to improve on our ‘facilities’ score to maintain our Top 3 EV charging network position for a third year.


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