Search thousands of charging stations
Wherever your EV journey takes you, we'll make sure you arrive. Find your local DC charging points or plan in advance for longer routes. With our network of over 100,000+ charging points across the UK and Europe, your EV car's battery will never be empty.
Quick and easy charging on the go
Easy charging on the move
Recharge your electric car in as little as 20 minutes at fast DC stations offering 50-350 kW power. Use the easyCharging app to filter out suitable charging stations.
Seamless charging experience
Operate charging points through the easyCharging app, starting or stopping at your convenience. Monthly billing based on usage for added simplicity.
Track your charging progress
The easyCharging app provides real-time updates on your charging status, allowing you to plan your day with a reliable charging experience.
Flexible charging options
Take your pick between using the easyCharging app, an RFID card, or a keyring to suit your preferred method of charging your EV.
Optimized battery life
Our DC chargers rapidly charge your EV to 80%, then slow down. This intelligent approach helps maximize the longevity and efficiency of your EV's battery.
Forget range anxiety
Embrace longer journeys with confidence by using our extensive network of 100,000+ charging points across the UK and Europe.
24/7 customer support
Your peace of mind matters to us. For any issues with your charging, reach out to our professional support team at any time, day or night.
See pricing details for all fast and slow charging points in the easyCharging app, helping you make an informed choice based on your budget and preferences.
Your car's onboard charger receives alternating current (AC) and then converts it into direct current (DC), which is then sent to your car's battery.
- Cheaper than DC charging stations with the same kW
- AC charging stations are slower, providing up to 22kWh of charging power
- Charging time depends on how busy the grid is
DC charging station converts alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC), so when you charge your car, the station sends the direct current to the battery.
- Although more expensive, you can charge within minutes
- Output starts at 50kW with rapid chargers at 150kW up to ultra fast at 350kW
- Used mainly by EV drivers for longer journeys
Charge your EV using the easyCharging app
Pick a fast or slow charging station
Use the map of charging points to search for suitable charging stations and get directions. You can add all your popular charging points to your favorites list.
Swipe to charge your EV conveniently
Once you are safely parked, plug in your electric car socket and swipe to start your charging session and watch the real-time progress on the easyCharging app.
Get a detailed monthly receipt
Get a detailed report about your charging session automatically by email and your app. We bill our customers conveniently once every month.
A typical EV takes around 30 minutes to charge with a high-powered DC fast charger. Porsche Taycan Plus scored as the fastest charging EV in a recent study by USwitch.