OpConnect Makes Charging Card Deal with Wright Express

OpCon­nect said that its EV charg­ing sta­tions will accept the Wright Express fleet cards. “This is impor­tant because authen­ti­cat­ing elec­tric vehi­cle charg­ing sta­tions with the Wright Express card is a manda­to­ry require­ment for Fed­er­al fleets,” said Mike Dixon, pres­i­dent of Go EV, OpConnect’s exclu­sive nation­al dis­trib­u­tor. With this devel­op­ment, the OpCon­nect charg­ing sta­tions can now be more eas­i­ly inte­grat­ed into a large num­ber of both pub­lic and pri­vate fleet vehi­cle oper­a­tions. “We designed the OpCon­nect EV charg­ing net­work to be open for a wide vari­ety of access and pay­ment meth­ods and this is anoth­er appli­ca­tion of that design. Wright Express is one of the most wide­ly accept­ed fleet cards so it was an obvi­ous choice to part­ner with them for this devel­op­ment,” said Dex­ter Turn­er, OpCon­nect CEO.

“Wright Express is excit­ed about adding our card accep­tance to the OpCon­nect charg­ing net­work,” said David Maxsim­ic, exec­u­tive vice pres­i­dent of Wright Express’ sales and mar­ket­ing. “Our gov­ern­ment and com­mer­cial fleet card cus­tomers will expand their need for card accep­tance at EV charg­ing sta­tions and oth­er alter­na­tive fuel loca­tions now and even more so in the future.” Accord­ing to Maxsim­ic, “Those loca­tions that accept our cards now will win more of our cus­tomer busi­ness in the future.”



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