7-22kW Fast
charging solutions

Perfect for car parks with a short dwell time, fast charge points can often be found in council car parks and leisure centres.

Get in touch to find out more about our fast charge point offering

Two charging cables are plugged into a Shell Recharge AC fast charger with charging power of up to 22kW, which is operated by the charge point operator ubitricity.
Illustration of ubitricity's public ev fast charging stations which can be used by local authorities to expand the public charging infrastructure.

We are experts in rolling out fast charge points

Fast charge points are some of the most popular charging solutions ubitricity have installed over 500 fast charge points across multiple projects in France and Germany.

ubitricity offers local authorities more than just hardware, we can support your EV strategy at every step of the way, from initial consultation to installation and long-term maintenance. 

How to charge your EV with ubitricity fast charge points


Find a charge point:

Locate a chargepoint using either our interactive map or the Shell Recharge app or another charge locator app such as ZapMap, PlugShare or WattsUp.

Two smartphone screens show ubitricity's charging network within the Shell Recharge App, an easy way for EV drivers to locate a nearby charging station.

How to charge your EV with ubitricity fast charge points


Start your charge:

Plug your car into the charger using the standard Type 2 cable that you would use for home or destination charging. Start the charge by scanning the QR code at the charge point to use Direct Access or use your favorite e-mobility app such as Shell Recharge. Both are subscription free and can be used by anyone.

An EV driver is leaving her vehicle to charge at a public Shell Recharge fast charging station using pay-as-you-go, rfid or an emobility app.

How to charge your EV with ubitricity fast charge points


An easier way to pay:

Depending on the authorisation, drivers pay by credit card, Apple Pay / Google Pay or via the payment methods stored in their mobility app – billing is always based on the charged kilowatt hours.

A driver of an electric vehicle is connecting her car to a public fast charger operated by ubitricity, at which she can pay with credit card, Apple Pay and Google Pay.
ubitricity icon for EV fast charging, a charging solution with charging stations with 7, 11 and 22kW charging power.

Fast charging at a glance

Fast Charge Points

  • usually fully charge an electric vehicle in 3-4 hours.
  • are ideal for charging EVs during short dwell times. For example at public car parks and leisure centres.
  • can be equipped with two charging points per charging station.
  • are rolled out, operated and managed by ubitricity.

Get in touch to expand your
public charging infrastructure

Are you interested in rolling out fast charge points in your area?

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