UK and Ireland fast charging

Gogs

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I think 11kw is enough. Sure faster is better, but 11kw works for me I think. I’ll have single phase 7.2kw at home and 11kw at my office.
Probably just charge at the office while working. Maybe at the weekends I’ll top up at home. The issue for me is the round trip journeys to Edinburgh or Glasgow. Perth is looking good to top up while I’m heading home.
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Have a look at Watts up, there are far more than that. However It's rare for any of them to charge at 150 never mind the 270 promised.


Slightly lower number of 150kw and above chargers on this side of the pond.

not sure why I’m paying Porsche for the unlock of the 150kw option as very little chance to charge at that rate

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I have recently used the IONITY chargers at Leeds Peterborough and Cambridge - none shown in the map here
Plus Milton Keynes (that is shown )
From 35% to 80% achieved 106.5 kw at Cambridge charged 30p/kw using Porsche card

At home on single phase 7.2 Levi’s more than adequate for normal use
My regular daily drives can generally be replenished Over 4 hours at 5p per kw octopus EV rate - 12.30-4.30 night times
At 100% charge showed 222 miles range after 118 miles drive to Cambridge IONITY had 97 miles of range left -range mode so pretty accurate
Peter in Yorkshire
 
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