Charge Your Vehicle

Charging your vehicle

Before heading to one of our electricity pumps to charge up, there are three things you should do:

1.  Download the Electric Highway app

You'll need to download the Electric Highway app to charge up on the network. It's easy to download – just  check out our page to find all the information you need.

Take a look at our guide to using the Electric Highway app: 

2. Check the pump's status with the app

We don’t often have problems with our electricity pumps, but it’s best to check that the pump you want to use is live before you set off. 

3. Brush up on charging your vehicle

If you're new to electric vehicles, make sure you read your user manual and have a look at our step-by-step guides to charging all electric vehicles below.

EV manufacturers use a few different plugs and charging procedures – but don’t worry, we’ve got them all covered.

Just click the charging procedure that matches your vehicle below. 

Currently, any charge of up to thirty minutes costs £6. So if you end your charge after ten, fifteen, or twenty minutes, you’ll still pay the same price.  

For Nissan, Citroen, Peugeot and Mitsubishi vehicles. 

For Renault, BMW (standard i3), Tesla and BYD vehicles.

For BMW (i3 with rapid upgrade) and VW vehicles.

For all Pure and Plug-in Hybrid vehicles.



Get the Electric Highway App

The must-have app for electric car drivers. Gives you access to Britain’s only national network of electricity pumps – the Electric Highway.

 

Get In Touch

To get in touch, just drop us an email to fortheroad@ecotricity.co.uk, or give us a call on 01453 761455 between 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm Saturday.

For information on charging, check out our Charge Your Vehicle page.

Need more help? See our FAQs.