The GRIDSERVE Electric Highway is expanding rapidly across the UK with state-of-the-art electric vehicle chargers at brand new Electric Forecourts® and Electric Super Hubs, legacy EV charging sites that were acquired from Ecotricity in 2021 and cover 85% of the UK’s motorway service areas. GRIDSERVE’s new Medium Power units provide CCS, CHAdeMO and Type 2 connectors, feature contactless payment and offer real-time service updates to all major EV charging apps, including Zap-Map. Now GRIDSERVE has added Dual Charging capability to the mix.As the name describes, Dual Charging allows two vehicles to charge simultaneously from one EV charging unit. Of course, that unit must have two connectors and have suitable parking space, but the hope is that more people will be able to charge their cars in less time and get moving again.Both printed and digital signage on the charger will inform you that Dual Charging is available and all sites will feature a good mix of both CCS and CHAdeMO connectors so that everybody wins. To end a charging session, simply select your chosen connector on the screen, tap the same bank card or smart device against the payment terminal and return the connector to its holster.For now, the Medium Power EV chargers can provide up to 60kW of power, that’s enough to add 100 miles of range in less than 30 minutes. With Dual Charging, the charger’s power is split in half between both connectors, so that means each vehicle will get up to 30kW.