Engenie network


The Engenie EV charging network has a simple focus – pay-as-you-go rapid charging. The network’s points are all available at a set price per kWh used, and can be operated via Engenie’s app.

Those who want to join the network need to sign up with an account before they can access Engenie charge points. Once registration is complete, points can be operated via the smartphone app – though there are plans to fit credit/debit card readers on charge points to make them more accessible still.

Engenie network costs


Membership cost:

Free app download

Cost per charge:
36p per kWh used
A 36p transaction fee is payable for each charge


Engenie network access

engenie access

Access to the Engenie network is made via smartphone app, with payment card access due in the future.

Finding Engenie points on Zap-Map


All Engenie points can be found on Zap-Map by using the network filter. This can be used on the desktop and mobile apps, and displays only those points operated by Engenie.

Charging types and speeds can be filtered too, showing only those points that are compatible with users’ cars.


Accessing points on other networks

The Engenie app only works on the network’s points and is designed to be used on a pay-as-you-go basis, so there is no cross-network compatibility available. To use other network points, drivers must first follow the same processes as any other customer.

About Engenie

Engenie is a British company that is rolling out a network of rapid charge points across the country. Located at strategically important locations such as city centres and near major trunk roads, the company uses ABB rapid chargers which have three different connectors attached – 50 kW DC CHAdeMO and CCS, and 43 kW AC.

There are almost 10 Engenie charge points on Zap-Map, with more than 20 connectors available for network customers.


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