Join the EV conversation – click in the comment area in Zap-Chat below and post your thoughts or question to the Zap-Map community. You need to be registered to post.
Running total of unique Zap-Chat posters
Showing the cumulative number of unique posters on Zap-Chat, the graph shows the increasing engagement of the EV community.
Take a look at our charging point statistics page for more information on the composition of the UK public charging network.
Add a Zap-Home charge point
You can add your home charge point to the Zap-Home network if you would like to share it with other EV drivers. Click on add a Zap-Home charge point to find out more.
Add a Zap-Work charge point
Small businesses and organisations can add their charge points to the Zap-Work network, to help make them easier to find for other EV drivers. Click on add a Zap-Work charge point to find out more.
Add a new public charge point
To add details on a new public charge point which you either own or have come across, please go to our add a new public charge point area .
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- UK grid can cope with increased EV use with smart charging says Ofgem - https://t.co/SDhLWW5SGx https://t.co/Rh9ncQM4FQ - 4 hours ago
- Hello here is the https://t.co/Qme5R2Vdm1 to add your point to @zap_map #EV https://t.co/rjX9BCEOM7 - 4 days ago
- @W92Baj @bobbyllew @rmt_1982 @BBCRadioLondon There are 10,000 public devices in total across the UK. Where are you https://t.co/wp4OwOFx7L - 4 days ago