ubitricity on-street charge point charging EV under a tree

ubitricity reaches 10,000th charge point milestone in Europe

Nic Ryan

ubitricity has announced that it has more than 10,000 electric vehicle (EV) charge points operational across Europe.

The milestone was hit during the acquisition of nearly 1,500 AC fast charge points in the provinces of North-Holland, Flevoland and Utrecht, as part of ubitricity’s Dutch market entry.

Over 7,000 ubitricity charge points are available in the UK, and can be found on the Zapmap app and web map

As a dynamic data partner, ubitricity charge points share live status and availability data with Zapmap, allowing drivers to make the most informed decisions when planning charging stops and routes.

The majority of ubitricity’s charge points are retrofitted into existing lamp posts - an ideal solution for EV drivers without driveways and access to off-street charging.

As a subsidiary of Shell Recharge, all 10,000 ubitricity charge point locations will be rebranded physically and digitally to Shell’s well-established customer brand “Shell Recharge”.

“We are excited to have rolled out 10,000 ubitricity charge points in close partnership with local authorities all over Europe,” said Daniel Kunkel, CEO of ubitricity.

“This is an incentive for our team to further accelerate the expansion of public charging networks. We are committed to providing more drivers the right charger, at the right place, at the right time.”

In the UK ubitricity is currently rolling out charging infrastructure across Local Authorities including; Liverpool, West Berkshire, Redbridge, West Suffolk, and Richmond and Wandsworth.