MFG EV Power network

mfg ev charging network guide

Zap-Pay coming soon: Motor Fuel Group (MFG) is the largest independent forecourt operator in the UK. MFG’s charging network, MFG EV Power, currently consists of rapid and ultra-rapid charging devices at service stations across the UK.

There is no subscription or connection charge to use MFG EV Power devices. Drivers can pay for charging using contactless payment or through the MFG app, and will soon be able to pay using Zap-Pay once the network comes online.

MFG network costs

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Cost per charge: 39p / kWh

Subscription: None

Connection charge: None

Free app download

To discover how much it will cost to charge an EV from an MFG EV Power charge point, head to Zap-Map’s Public Charging Calculator. This allows you to select any new or used plug-in vehicle, and tailor elements – such as electricity cost and charge required – for personalised results.

How to use the MFG EV Power network

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Access to the MFG EV Power network is via contactless payment or through the MFG app. Zap-Map users will soon be able to pay with Zap-Pay once the MFG network comes online.

Finding MFG EV Power points on Zap-Map

mfg ev power network filters

You can currently find MFG EV Power points on Zap-Map by using the network filter. You can use this on the desktop and mobile apps to display only those points operated by MFG EV Power.

Charging types and speeds can be filtered too, showing only those points that are compatible with users’ cars.

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About MFG

Motor Fuel Group (MFG) is the UK’s largest independent forecourt operator in the UK. The MFG EV Power network recently signed up to Zap-Pay, the simple way to pay for EV charging across networks from within the Zap-Map app. The charging network is likely to be up and running on Zap-Pay towards the end of September and is the fifth network to join Zap-Pay.

The MFG EV Power charging network currently consists of over 40 rapid and ultra-rapid charging devices at service stations across the UK. Over the next ten years, MFG is planning to invest around £400 million in 3,000 ultra-rapid 150kW and 350kW EV charging devices across its network.