Public chargepoint: What does it mean?

Over 30,000 public chargepoints across the UK.

Public chargepoint: The long answer

A public chargepoint in the UK refers to a location where electric vehicles can be charged. It is a dedicated infrastructure that provides electricity to recharge the batteries of electric cars.

These chargepoints are typically found in public places such as car parks, shopping centres, or on-street parking spaces. They are equipped with charging units that have different power outputs, allowing drivers to replenish their vehicle's battery while they are away from home.

Public chargepoints are an essential part of the UK's efforts to promote the adoption of electric vehicles and reduce carbon emissions from transportation. They provide convenience and accessibility for drivers who rely on electric cars as their primary mode of transportation.