Zapmap monitors the prices of charging on the public network and reports on the prices charged by the top 10* rapid charging networks below. The prices are updated on a monthly basis.
What’s the price of charging an electric car on the top 10 rapid charging networks?
The price to charge an electric car on one of the Top 10 rapid charging networks on 1st August 2023 varies between 60p/kWh and 79p/kWh. You can see the prices charged by the top 10 public rapid charging networks in the infographic below.
Currently bp pulse, GeniePoint, MFG EV Power and Osprey have the highest prices at 79p/kWh. At present the cheapest network is ChargePlace Scotland, where EV drivers are still able to charge for free at many locations, but where charges are applicable they can be up to £1/kWh.
How are rapid charging prices changing over time?
To simplify the pricing landscape and present the overall price paid by EV drivers to charge on the public network, Zapmap produces a Monthly Price Index from the data collected to drive the Zapmap app. The Monthly Price Index shows how the weighted average price to charge an electric car on the public charging network varies over time.
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