BMW Group UK has added Pod Point as a preferred EV home chargepoint supplier for BMW and Mini retail customers.
The three-year agreement will see BMW and Mini customers purchasing a new electrified vehicle at a franchise retailer offered the option of home charger consultation and installation by Pod Point’s expert team. Over 3,800 BMW and Mini customers have already installed a Pod Point home charger. All home installations benefit from a three-year Pod Point warranty included as standard.
Later this year, this new partnership will also provide BMW and Mini customers with increased access to public charging infrastructure with the inclusion of Pod Point’s network in the BMW and Mini Charging service. As a result, in addition to the 14,000+ UK chargepoints already offered to customers through included networks, such as bp pulse and IONITY, Pod Point brings over 6,200 additional charging bays, thereby increasing BMW and Mini Charging access to over 70% coverage across the UK.
Daniel Elliott, eMobility Product Manager at BMW UK said “We’re really pleased to announce our new relationship with Pod Point. They excel at providing reliable, easy to use home charging products with a proven reputation for delivering outstanding customer service. Furthermore, the inclusion of Pod Point’s public charging network within BMW Charging further cements BMW’s focus on creating easy and convenient access to public charging, anywhere, using just the BMW Charging Card or My BMW App.”
Commenting on the partnership, Erik Fairbairn, Founder and CEO of Pod Point said: “We’re delighted to be working with BMW as a preferred chargepoint supplier. BMW has won praise for having some of the best electric cars on the market with its models consistently lauded for efficiency and range, and we’re excited about the electric vehicles it will bring to market in the coming months.”
The partnership supports BMW Group’s transformation towards sustainable mobility. This year, including pre-production vehicles, BMW Group will already have 15 fully-electric models in production and by the end of 2025, the company will have more than two million fully-electric vehicles on the road, worldwide.