Accessibility and control
The charge stations we install support payment and authorisation methods that can improve operational efficiency, user-base management and end-user experience.
Fleet drivers can avoid personal expenses by using radio frequency ID (RFID) cards for authorising charge sessions, while EV owners enjoy hassle-free charging while you generate revenue.
Which method suits you?
Use the comparisons below to help you choose the solution to suit your needs – whether that’s keeping your fleet running or generating charging revenue.
Charge assist app
Radio frequency ID (RFID) cards
Read our guide to using Charge Assist the user friendly mobile app for hassle free charging in conjunction with the Drax Electric Vehicles service.
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Get in touch
Get in touch to talk more about the pros and cons of payment and authorisation options for your EV fleet or charging infrastructure.