Workplace charging is dependent on the price set by the charge point owner and may vary. Please check the Mer Connect UK App or speak to your workplace for local pricing.
How much does it cost to charge an electric car?
Mer public EV charging stations price information.
Mer UK EV Charge Point Pricing
(Up to 25kW)
In some instances, pricing may be different from the above. Please check below for more information.
Some public charging stations are operated but not owned by Mer. Different owners can mean different prices. How to find out how much I will pay?
- Visit the Mer Connect UK App or Driver Portal
- Enter/select the charge point you’d like to charge at
- Check the price
Roaming customers using our charging network, please check the prices applicable to you with your electric mobility service provider (EMSP)
For contactless and pay-as-you-charge payments, we put a holding charge on your card to make sure you have the necessary funds to use our public network. This does not cost you anything and the charge never leaves your bank account, but it may temporarily show as a pending payment. This charge is held by your bank, not Mer, and therefore how long it is held depends upon your bank provider.
To ensure our charge points are available to as many customers as possible, we may charge an overstay fee. The overstay fee is applied after a grace period when a vehicle is connected and not charging. To find out if there is an overstay fee, select the charger in the App or Driver Portal (charging map).
Charge points up to 22kW: £0.05/min (8am-8pm)
Charge points from 25kW: £0.20/min
Partners & Roaming
We work with a range of partners to provide you with the best charging experience – this includes setting up roaming agreements with other charge point operators so that you can access with ease as wide a network as possible through us, without having the need to have multiple accounts and Apps. We also want to make charging as straightforward as possible for our various partners and their customers, by giving them hassle-free access to our network.
Our Mobility Partners
Allstar One Electric card holders are welcome to use our public charge points. Follow the instructions on the charger to charge your vehicle with your Allstar One Electric Card.
Drivers signed up to Octopus Energy’s Electroverse Network can now charge at our public nationwide network using their Electroverse app or Electrocard.
Paua’s fleet customers can find, charge and pay at our EV chargers at any public site across the UK with the Paua mobile app.
Shell Recharge customers can now charge at our EV charge points using their Shell Recharge card.
Zap-Map customers using the Zap-Pay service to pay for their charging can access all our public chargers.