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Electric vehicle (EV) charging
Published: 16 February 2022
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Four BP Chargemaster EV 7kW+ bays are located in car park E, next to the Hub (park map). You will need to supply your own lead and have an active BP Chargemaster subscription (there is no PAYG option). These EV charging points have a per-kWh charge (14p + VAT as of 8 December 2020) in addition to the monthly subscription charge. Note that as Adastral Park is private property, the charging points aren't shown on the BP Chargemaster public map. Find out more about using the Chargemaster EV charging points on Chargemaster's BP Pulse website. From the 1st March 2022 all users will need to set up new accounts as these chargers are moving to a new BT account. BT and third party tenants at Adastral can ask to sign up to this by emailing electric vehicle charging.

Ubitricity EV charging points are located in two lamp posts in car park X (park map), at the end nearest Antares. They have a per-kWh charge on a pay-as-you-use basis (14p per kWh as of 8 December 2020). They are designated as "Destination Charging" points, so only supply power at around 2kW, but it is expected that people would stay connected all day. To use the chargers, scan the QR code on the lamp post and enter payment details into your mobile phone - this only needs to be done once. It is also possible to register for an account on the Ubitricity portal, but this is not necessary to use the chargers.

Pairs of Connected Kerb EV charging points can be found in car park B, Oberon car park U and the external visitors carpark (park map). They have been provided through the DigiTech Centre project and are available to everyone on site to charge EVs at 24p/kW. You can start using these as soon as you download the Connect Kerb App and set yourselves up a new profile (takes 2 mins). As these chargers are run and managed by Connected Kerb please can we ask you raise any issues or problems with them directly - Connected Kerb App for Drivers (Android: Google Play store / Apple: App store).

Charging points shown near B56 (park map) are for electric bicycle recharging only.

All charge points should only be used in accordance with vehicle manufacturers' guidance, using correct undamaged cables. Vehicles should be parked safely, fully within the bay, and cables should not pass across walkways, vehicle routes, or other bays. Charge point users should vacate the charging bay as soon as their vehicle is sufficiently charged.

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