Electric vehicle (EV) charging network ChargePoint has entered into a partnership with U.S. Bank to provide Voyager Network Fleet Card acceptance at its charging ports across the US.

Voyager Network, a wholly-owned subsidiary of U.S. Bank, is a fleet card issuer to be accepted at ChargePoint’s charging spots. The Voyager Fleet Card is accepted at over 320,000 fueling, maintenance and service locations.

ChargePoint is expected to complete equipping its locations for payment acceptance over the summer.

The charging network offers purchase controls and data that simplify fleet expense management by providing greater visibility and control over fleet spend.

ChargePoint vice president of sales Michael Jones said: “Joining the Voyager Network is a significant enhancement to ChargePoint’s already comprehensive fleet charging solutions that simplify operations for a wide range of government, utility and private fleet operators.

“Making expense management easy while giving fleet drivers the flexibility to charge at multiple locations on the ChargePoint network is yet another innovation that makes our solution even more compelling to fleet managers.”

U.S. Bank global transportation general manager John Hardin said: “Working with ChargePoint is an excellent example of our commitment as a bank to promoting a sustainable environment while supporting economic growth.

“ChargePoint’s well-established nationwide presence gives our fleets instant access to an alternative power source and reflects the bank’s strategy of pursuing innovative partnerships in renewable energy.”