EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CHARGING

Whether you're at home, at the office, or on a journey, there are plenty of charging solutions for your electric vehicle. Citroen vehicles use a Type 2 socket on hybrids and CCS on electric vehicles.

AT HOME

We highly recommend that electric vehicle customers install a chargepoint at their home as their daily charging solution.

Our charging partner is Pod Point, who are fully approved under the government Homecharge scheme.  This means if you have off street parking, you can usually benefit from grant funding of £350 towards the cost of a home chargepoint.

IN THE STREET 

There are a large number of standard and rapid chargepoints across the country, operated on many different networks. Usually you have to register with these networks, or download their app to use the chargepoints – but an increasing number are now being installed with payment card facilities built in.

Many are completely free to use. Others you pay for, either by the time you spend plugged in, or the amount of energy you use.

To find out what there is in your area, who operates the points, and whether you have to pay to use them, visit: www.zap-map.com

CHARGING CABLES

STANDARD MODE 2 CABLE

This cable is available to purchase and can provide you with up to 2.3 kW of power. It is used with a standard domestic power socket.

SINGLE-PHASE MODE 3 CABLE

Supplied as standard with your vehicle, this cable can provide you with up to 7.4 kW of power. It is optimised for use with your 7.4 kW WallBox or at a public charging point.

THREE-PHASE MODE 3 CABLE

This cable is supplied as standard if the optional 11kW on-board charger is chosen. This cable is optimised for use with three phase public chargers.

CHARGING TIMES

Simulate the charging times of your New ë-C4 - 100% electric according to the different charging modes available. 

THE MOTORWAY CHARGE POINT NETWORK

The motorway network of rapid charging points is growing fast, so you can go wherever takes your fancy in your electric vehicle. To plan a trip in your electric vehicle, you need to think about where you will be able to charge it along the way. 
Use the Zap-Map app or visit here to plan your trip and find charge points along your route.