Havant Borough Council has partnered with GeniePoint to provide three electric vehicle charge-points in the borough, enabling residents and visitors to charge quickly and efficiently on the go.
The 50kW rapid charge points, with dates of installation are:
- Leigh Park - December 2018 PO9 5FB
- Emsworth - December 2018 PO10 7EH
- Waterlooville - March 2019 PO7 7EE
The council is also working with Hampshire County Council to plan the next phase of charge-points.
Frequently asked questions
Do I need to purchase a parking ticket to use a charge point bay?
Free parking applies while charging only.
Non-electric vehicles are not permitted to park within the bays at any time.
How long can I park in a charge point bay?
Once charged, your vehicle must be moved from the car park or re-parked within a marked parking bay and a valid pay and display ticket purchased, or a Penalty Charge Notice may be issued.
Electric vehicle drivers should take note of the charger tariff posted on each charge-point, which may change from time to time: the facility is operated by Geniepoint.
Where can I find my nearest charge point?
The carpark locations are listed above, but you can find the location of your nearest charge point can be found on Zap-Map.
The information is kept up to date, and drivers add status comments in real time.
How much will it cost to charge my vehicle?
The cost of charging your electric vehicle varies. To estimate how much it will cost to fully or partially charge your vehicle, use the Zap Map public charging calculator.