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UK Networks

See chart below for examples of large and small UK public access recharging networks that are being built partially or exclusively using Elektromotive Elektrobay® charge points, and networked by the Elektromotive EBConnect™ or Charge Your Car charge point management system (CPMS).

Type Description
National
United Kingdom Originally the government’s PiP (Plugged-in Places) scheme for the North East of England, Charge Your Car is expanding into a national, pay-as-you-go, open access, OCPP (open charge point protocol) network by connecting regional networks and enabling new networks. The target is 10,000 charge points. For more information visit www.chargeyourcar.org.uk
Regional
Scotland The government’s PiP (Plugged-in Places) scheme for Scotland is under construction by Transport Scotland. The scheme is being connected to the national Charge Your Car network with a programme to roll out 750 pay-as-you-go charge points by March 2013, of which an estimated 250 charge points will be supplied by Elektromotive.
North West The government’s PiP (Plugged-in Places) scheme for Greater Manchester is under construction by Transport for Greater Manchester and will be exclusively supplied with more than 150 Elektrobay® charge points and connected to the Charge Your Car national network.
North East The government’s PiP (Plugged-in Places) scheme for the North East of England was the first PiP EV driver user scheme in the UK, the first to introduce rapid DC charging and the first to introduce pay-as-you-go recharging. The scheme has been supplied with more than 400 Elektrobay® charge points (standard and rapid) to date. Now part of the Charge Your Car national network. www.chargeyourcar.org.uk
London The government’s PiP (Plugged-in Places) scheme for Greater London, Source London, (together with East of England sister network Source East), offers EV drivers a growing publicly accessible network for an annual subscription of £10 per year and a target of 1300 charge points by March 2013. www.sourcelondon.net
South East The South East network is a consortium of public and private sector partners supporting and promoting the installation and interoperability of charge points throughout the region via the Charge Your Car network. www.evsoutheast.net
City / Borough
London Borough of Westminster Located in the centre of London, Westminster City Council was the first council in the UK to install publicly accessible charge points and establish a charge point user scheme. There are 22 Elektrobays® at 13 locations, plus further Elektrobays® at additional locations in Richmond and Hillingdon available to Westminster scheme users. Membership costs £75 per year. View Elektrobay® charge point location map.
Brighton & Hove There are 8 Elektrobays® at 4 locations in Brighton, membership is currently free of charge. View Elektrobay® charge point location map.

Elektrobay® charge points have also been supplied to networks in 23 countries worldwide.