Charging Your Electric Vehicle

The ChargePlace Scotland network offers a range of options for charging your Electric Vehicle (EV) in Scotland. The network offers both many charging options and is compatible with many different types of EVs.

Due to the cost of electricity and maintenance of public charging, charge point owners have taken the decision to introduce or update their charging tariff to ensure their charging estate can be maintained, remain accessible and financially sustainable. Allowing continued investment in line with the growth of the network. We advise drivers to check the price of the machine before charging and refer to local signage on site or via our website.

Most electric vehicles are compatible with the ChargePlace Scotland network, although some older chargers may struggle to charge newer vehicles. Driver should always ensure the charger and cable they are using is compatible with their vehicle before attempting to start a charging session.

To use the chargers on the ChargePlace Scotland network, you will first need to plug the cable into your car, wake the chargers by using your RFID card  or the ChargePlace Scotland app to activate the unit, then after an audible beep place the charging cable into the appropriate charging socket and start the charging session.

If your Electric Vehicle is not charging as fast as you expected on the ChargePlace Scotland network, this is likely to be caused by the charging cable or the connector you are using. If you frequently experience this issue, please use our fault reporting form to provide more information so we can investigate this further.

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