You know that regularly charging your batteries makes your approach to mobility easier. Even if their success remains discreet in our country, EV vehicles are getting more and more popular: in the last two years, the amount of dedicated charging sessions in our car parks have been multiplied by three!
At Interparking, we understand that the parking time of your car can be used to recharge its batteries. That's why we equip our car parks with charging stations. Today, no less than 400 charging points are available in our car parks in Belgium (1.200 in Europe).
How to charge your electric or hybrid car at Interparking ?
In Belgium, we offer two types of charging:
1. Variable power or "Smart charging" up to 22 kW
This formula is used in most of our car parks: The power is distributed among the different charging stations. The charging speed is proportional to the demand and the number of simultaneously connected vehicles. For this formula you pay 0.55€ per kWh and a connection fee of 0,015€ per minute that starts as soon as your charging session is completed. If you charge with a Pcard+, you will not be charged this connection fee but only the fee per kWh.
2. Guaranteed power - 2 x 22 kW
We have installed 2 double charging stations in the car park at 't Zand in Bruges, which always guarantee a capacity of 22 kW. This means that you can charge more than 100 kilometers in one hour. The tariff for these stations is 0,50€ per kWh with a connection fee of 0,01€ per minute when your charging session is completed, regardless of your payment method.
Our charging stations are of course "interoperable", which means that you can pay for your charging session with the card of your usual supplier (EV Box, Blue Corner, New Motion, etc.). However, these charge a commission of approximately 0.40 to 0.50 euros per charging session. To avoid these costs, simply pay your charging session with your Pcard+, because in that case no commission is charged.
Where to find parkings equipped with charging stations ?
Visit this page. The description of each car park tells you if it has its own charging stations. Inside our car parks, the parking spaces dedicated to electric vehicles are clearly identified with their own green color code.
In the future, Interparking will continue to develop its network of charging stations. To best meet the demand, we analyze statistics based on Big Data technologies and identify cities with the largest number of electric vehicles.
A trip to Antwerp?
Discover our new charging zone for electric cars, clearly identifiable by their green color code and green LED lighting. An example ? At the Horta car park, 8 poles are dedicated to electric and hybrid cars.
Plan your trips on www.interparking.be