Allstar Chargepass becomes UK’s largest one-card charging network

Fuel and business expense payment specialist Allstar, has announced that its EV charging network is now the largest and fastest in the UK.

The Allstar Chargepass is a single-card method of paying for charging across multiple public providers, allowing business users to charge their vehicle without needing multiple apps and subscriptions.

Since launching in September 2023, the network, powered by Allstar’s sister company Plugsurfing, has grown rapidly and now covers more than half of the UK’s public chargers. It can be used at more than 51,000 devices in more than 19,000 locations up and down the country. Allstar recently announced that it had become the first third-party payment gateway to work with Chargeplace Scotland’s 2,800 devices.

Ashley Tate, managing director of Allstar Chargepass UK, commented: “Growing our EV network has always been a top priority for us, Allstar built its reputation on its best-in-class provision for vehicles and has the largest fuel network in the UK. We have long understood the need to duplicate this effort to support EV customers in the same way. As such, it is a true milestone to announce that we, and only we, offer customers the largest EV charging network in the UK too.”

As well as access to EV chargers, the Allstar Chargepass is the only fuel card that allows drivers to pay for charging and traditional fuel using the same card. Tate added: “Unlike other companies who can only offer fuel or EV offerings, nothing competes with Allstar Chargepass. To be able to provide for all configurations of charging and refuelling is an industry first that we are proud to offer our customers wherever they are in their transition journey.”

He added: “Not only does it cover all four corners of the UK and continues to scale up, but it also equips customers with the fastest charging network in the UK.”

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Matt Allan

Matt is Editor of EV Powered. He has worked in journalism for more than 20 years and been an automotive journalist for the last decade, covering every aspect of the industry, from new model reveals and reviews to consumer and driving advice. The former motoring editor of, The Scotsman and National World, Matt has watched the EV landscape transform beyond recognition over the last 10 years and developed a passion for electric vehicles and what they mean for the future of transport - from the smallest city cars to the biggest battery-powered trucks. When he’s not driving or writing about electric cars, he’s figuring out how to convert his classic VW camper to electric power.