The Applegreen Electric EV charging network has become the latest to go live on Zap-Pay, the charging payment service from Zapmap.

Applegreen Electric currently has around 160 UK chargers, mainly at motorway service stations.

Other networks compatible with Zap-Pay include Osprey, ESB Energy,, GeniePoint, Mer, MFG EV Power, Fastned, Alfa Power, Connected Kerb, Evyve, and Charge My Street.

Zapmap head of CPO networks Matt Lloyd said: “I’m very pleased that Applegreen Electric is now online as a fully-fledged payment partner. 

“With high-power charge points conveniently situated at motorway service stations, Applegreen Electric is a valuable addition to the Zap-Pay partner network.”

Applegreen Electric country manager Jack O’Brien said: “Integrating with Zap-Pay is another really exciting step forward for Applegreen Electric.

“Zapmap is already an important partner for us in terms of helping drivers to find our charge points and plan their routes around Applegreen Electric locations. So I’m thrilled to see this integration go live and delighted to add our network to Zapmap’s cross-network payment solution.”