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Mercedes x Rightcharge link up for easy EV charger installations

March 5, 2024

Charging software company Rightcharge is to give Mercedes-Benz van buyers a more affordable and easier service to get their charging solutions sorted.

Rightcharge will give electric van drivers a comprehensive end-to-end solution for charge point installations. They claim it will be 'a hassle-free experience from start to finish'.

Buyers of a new Mercedes-Benz eCitan will get a £1000 contribution towards the cost of installing a charging point from Rightcharge. There's a full range of charge points available from top names which are installed by a network of vetted and monitored installers.

In a release from Mercedes and Rightcharge is says that "the agreement demonstrated a mutual commitment to supporting electric fleets". It goes on to outline that both companies are set to release new products in 2024. Mercedes will launch its updated Mercedes-Benz eSprinter in the UK with a massive 113kWh battery, while Rightcharge is set to launch its own electric fuel card and fleet management solution.

Rightcharge CEO Charlie Cook said:
"We are thrilled to collaborate with a brand that is as loved and respected as Mercedes-Benz as we work closely together to simplify the transition to electric vans. Businesses and van drivers can now find the perfect charge point for their needs in just a few clicks. We're excited to further develop this relationship and create a more sustainable future for Britain."

Sarah Palfreyman, Sales Director of Mercedes-Benz Vans in the UK commented:
“This partnership further cements our commitment to supporting the UK’s van community in transitioning to electric. We know that infrastructure is a vital part of EV ownership, so we’re pleased to partner with Rightcharge to provide a solution that will keep our customers moving efficiently and sustainably.

Written by: thevanreviewer 

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