In 2020 the Osprey charging network grew from 49 to 132 sites, despite numerous COVID restrictions and lockdowns. This is down to landlords of destination sites, such as retail parks and pubs, choosing Osprey to install rapid chargers.
These destination chargers not only increase customer satisfaction but they also increase the time spent in the area. This makes a retail park, for example, more attractive to both visitors and tenants.
On top of this, Osprey was voted as one of the top three charging networks by Zap-Map users in our recent survey. So not only is the network growing, it’s impressing the people who are using it on a day-to-day basis. Taking the third position in the Zap-Map rankings in 2020 is a sharp increase from Osprey’s 8th position ranking back in 2019.
Osprey sites offer CCS, CHAdeMO and AC charging, making it the highest-ranked network that serves all types of electric vehicles on the road today.
Another factor that makes Osprey chargers so appealing to EV drivers is the ability to pay with Zap-Pay. This cross-network payment service allows users to pay directly through the Zap-Map app.