In addition to the charge point map, Zap-Map provides supporting information on charging and electric vehicles to help current or prospective EV drivers to make more informed choices and enjoy their electric motoring experience.
Charge point database
Zap-Map aggregates data from various sources to provide the most comprehensive source of UK charge points – there are currently more than 4000 public charging locations mapped on the Zap database.
Zap-Map now integrates dynamic(live) data direct from participating charge point networks. This feature has been rolled out with is being rolled out initially with the POLAR and GeniePointnetworks, with more networks to follow in Q3 2017.
Zap-Map users can search and apply filters on Zap-Map to find charge points by location, EV models, connector type, connector speed, network, payment type and access type.
The Zap-Chat community feature is used by 1000s of EV drivers to log successful charge, update the status of the charge point, edit information and add last mile information. This feature is there to share information for the benefit of all EV drivers.
Registered users can add information and updates to Zap-Chat and view other updates on the Zap-Chat stream either globally or at the specific point.
Charging info resource
With so many new and technical terms relating to charge points, it can be a confusing topic; Zap-Map provides an overview of the different networks, overview of charging and how to go about getting a charging point for home or work.
Making the decision to go electric requires some careful consideration; the electric vehicle section covers the different technologies, practical issues to think about, the tax and grant benefits available and provides a list of electric vehicles available to buy now.
If a user finds a charge point which is not currently shown on Zap-Map, there is a facility to add details via the add a new charge point page.
Melanie Shufflebotham is responsible for Sales and Product Delivery at Zap-Map. Melanie has over twenty years experience in the area of technology and marketing and has held posts in product management, Internet marketing and business development. She has worked both in the corporate sector 3Com and T-Mobile and in a number of start-ups.
Zap-Map.com is developed by Next Green Car Ltd, an independent company developing data and digital solutions in the automotive sector from an environmental angle. In addition to Zap-Map, Next Green Car runs and operates www.nextgreencar.com, the UK’s No.1 green car website.If you want to contact the Zap-Map team we would love to hear from you, just visit our Contact Us page.
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