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EV Charge Cards

The best EV charge card

Discover the freedom to charge anywhere with our charge card. Access more than 500,000 charge locations at the best rates. Choose from two charge card options: the “Orange” subscription for frequent EV drivers, or a “pay-as-you-go” charge card without a monthly fee.

Both are available for private and business use.

We take on full charge card management

  • Daily management of order flow
  • Connecting charge cards/tags to customer accounts
  • Dispatch of charge cards/tags to customer addresses
  • Self-activation: Customers can easily activate their charge card/tag through their personal account
  • Swift delivery: The estimated delivery time for charge card orders in the UK is 4-5 business days.

See delivery times for other countries in the FAQ.

Charge card subscriptions


Orange subscription. Best option if you charge frequently. Chosen by 88%.

£3.23 p/m incl. VAT

Unlimited charging

Pay standard rate without extra costs

Monthly invoice with charge sessions

Access to more than 500,000 charge points

Order charge card

Pay as you charge

Charge card without subscription. Only pay when you charge.

£0.32 per session incl. VAT

Pay per session + standard rate

Monthly invoice with charge sessions

Access to more than 500,000 charge points

No monthly costs

Order charge card

One-time fee of £5 per charge card

E-Flux by Road app

Our mobile app simplifies charging by making it easy to find charge points, start sessions and pay for your charging on the go.

Key features:

  • Real-time information on tariffs and availability for 500,000+ charge points in 35 European countries
  • Filter by network, charging capacity and connector type
  • Easily navigate to your next charge point using Google Maps and Apple Maps
  • See your charge history in one place

Where can I charge with the E-flux EV charge cards?

Our charge card is accepted in 7,000 cities across 46 countries, giving you peace of mind while on the road.

How does it work?

1. Search

Look for a charge point in your neighbourhood via the app or our website.

2. Plug the cable

Plug your charge cable in the car and in the socket of the charger.

3. Charge card

Hold your E-Flux charge card in front of the RFID-reader. The charge session will start. Check whether the session has started via the infotainment.

4. Is your EV charged?

Is your EV 100% charged? Swipe your card to unlock the cable and the session will end. Dependent on the CPO, the session will appear in your account immediately.

Charging time electric vehicle

How long does it take to charge an electric car?

When switching to an EV, one of the biggest misconceptions people have is that it takes too long to charge. This is actually not true!

Fast charging

Fast chargers like those offered by Gridserve, Ionity and Instavolt are able to charge an average EV battery to 80% within around 30-45 minutes. You mostly find these fast chargers around highways.

Charging at home

How long does it take to fully charge an EV at home? This depends on the type of charging point and the size of the battery, but when we are talking about a ‘normal’ EV and a standard charging point (AC charge point) it will take around 7 hours to charge it from empty to full. This is why EV drivers tend to charge overnight while at home.


Corporate charge card

Discover the ease of our business charge card

The E-Flux charge card is also an ideal option for business use. We aim to unburden both the employee and the employer by offering automatic payouts and billing services, easy reimbursement with your employer and more. Read more about business charge cards.

How much does it cost to charge an electric car?

The costs for charging an EV depend on the size of its battery. In this example we use an Opel Corsa-e, a midrange EV with a battery capacity of 45kWh and an average use of 170Wh per kilometer. Below we display three scenarios:

Charging at home

An average charging session using a 7kW home charger takes around 7 hours. After this time a 7kW charge point will have delivered around 50 kWh of electricity to the vehicle. In the UK, 1 kWh costs approx. £0.28 incl. VAT.

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Public charging

Public charge points are more expensive per kWh than private charge points. The rate of a public charge point is on average £0.55 p/kWh for AC charging and £ 0.81 per kWh for DC charging (as of January 2024). This differs per charge point operator. E-Flux does not add any additional costs to the price p/kWh or any transaction fees.

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Fast charging

DC charging is the fastest way to charge your car. However, this is more expensive than AC charging, which is slower. The average rate is around £0.81 per kWh. This means that your EV costs an average of £ 0.14 per km to run.

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Frequently asked questions

How do I activate my card?

Activate your charge-card by following these steps:

1.Go to the  E-Flux Dashboard, and log into your account

2.Go to “My charge-cards”

3.Then click on “Activate Charge-Card”, and fill in the number mentioned on your charge card or tag.

Are you not sure if you already have an account? Click on the “Forgot my password” button, and fill in your email address to check.

How much does the E-Flux charge card cost?

When you pick our Orange subscription, you pay E-Flux a monthly fee of £3,23. The other costs consist of the number of kWh’s charged that month – no surcharge added. Payments will be debited directly from your account or by invoice.

When your pick our Pay as you chargesubscription, your first bill will contain a one time contribution of £5,-, but other than this you’ll only pay £0,32 per charging session. This means that you don’t have any fixed monthly costs, but you’ll pay E-Flux a one time £0,32 fee for each charging session on top of the regular charging rate of the operator.

How long does it take to charge my car?

The charging time of a battery depends on several factors. Among other things, it depends on the type of charging station and the car. On average, fully recharging a battery takes between 6 and 10 hours. If your battery decides to die on you while you’re on the road, we assume that you don’t want to wait 6 to 10 hours to recharge your battery. In this case you can use fast chargers. These are often located along highways; a good example of these are FastNed stations. These fast chargers can usually charge 80% of your battery within 30 minutes. To charge at these stations you need a charge card and that is where E-Flux can help you!

How do I request a new E-Flux charge card/tag?

You can always request a new or extra charge card/tag for yourself or for someone else.

  1. Log in at the E-Flux Dashboard;

  2. Go to ‘My cards’ and scroll all the way down to the bottom. Then hit the ‘+Request Card or Tag’ button;

  3. Is the charge card for another person? Then fill in the information about this person. This person can create their own account via an invitation email. All costs will be charged to the account holder.

What is the estimated delivery time for my E-Flux charging card?

All orders we receive on weekdays before 3:30 pm will be shipped the same day. For destinations in the Netherlands, this equals an average delivery time of 2 business days. It might take longer; this depends on how busy PostNL is. See the delivery time for all the countries below:

Netherlands – 1-2 business days
Belgium – 1-2 business days
France – 2-3 business days
Germany – 2-3 business days
UK – 4-5 business days

Has the charge card not yet been delivered within 5 days? Please contact us. We can always send you a new charge card.

With the E-Flux charge-card, you can charge publicly at charging stations that are being managed by the following providers:

A charging station operator is the party that’s responsible for the supply and costs settlement of the electricity that flows from the charging station. A charging station operator is not the same as a charging station manufacturer.

E-Flux is a charging station provider, not a manufacturer.

For example, you can own an Alfen charging station, for which you use E-Flux as a provider. In this case, you can charge publically with your E-Flux charge-card.
With the E-Flux charge-card, you can charge publicly at charging stations that are being managed by the following providers:

Abel & Co, Allego, ANWB, Blue corner, Blue current, E-Flux, ENWB, Eneco, EV-Box, EWE, Fastned, FlowCharging, GreenFlux, Ionity, Justplugin, Last Mile Solutions, Mobility+, New Motion, ParknCharge, Shell Recharge, VanDeBron, and Vattenfall.

How can I block my charge card?

In case you have lost your charge card, you can easily block it. Only the owner of the account can block a charge card (Account admin). In case you’ve found it again… Great! Then you can easily unblock the charge card.

  1. Go to your E-Flux account and login;

  2. Go to ‘My Cards’;

  3. Click on ‘Block’.

Your charge card has been blocked now.

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