Plugging in at home remains the most effortless way to fully charge your electric car every day. But with more public charging points than ever on our roads – from remote farm shops to motorway services – it’s never been easier to charge on the go.

  • CHARGING DURING A JOURNEY

    The majority of charging points on motorways and public roads are known as rapid DC charge points as they are over 7x faster (50kW and above*) than your home charger. A 100kW unit will charge Jaguar I‑PACE up to 100km (63 miles) in just 15 minutes – ideal for grabbing a bite to eat or a coffee break.

  • CHARGING AT YOUR DESTINATION

    Destination charging stations are a handy way to charge while going about your day. Usually located at retail parks, restaurants, hotels, gyms and car parks, the majority of these are AC charge points with lower charging speeds of 7kW. A 7kW unit will deliver up to 35km (22 miles) of range per hour.

FINDING YOUR NEAREST CHARGING POINTS

With the help of your vehicle’s navigation system and the latest apps from your local charging providers, it couldn’t be simpler to explore the thousands of public charging points across the country.

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SIGNING UP TO PUBLIC CHARGING NETWORKS

Although some charge points are free to use, the majority are accessible via convenient payment methods, including mobile apps, membership accounts, or a contactless bank card. The cost of charging in public will typically be a combination of an initial connection fee, the time it takes to charge and/or the amount of energy you use.

We recommend familiarising yourself with more than one network provider to ensure the best coverage and payment methods for your preferred routes – especially when travelling or visiting another country.

KEEP EXPLORING ELECTRIC

  • HOW TO CHARGE

    Familiarise yourself with the simple steps to charge your electric car, whether you’re at home or on the go.

  • HOME CHARGING

    Charging your electric car at home is the most convenient way to start your day with a full charge.

  • LOW COST OF OWNERSHIP

    From cheaper running costs to reduced servicing fees, owning an electric car can help you save money every day.

*Peak charge rate charge times can be affected by factors, such as state of charge of the battery and battery temperature.