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Integrated payment options

Maximise revenue and comply with upcoming regulatory changes with our fast, cost-effective and simple direct payment solution.

Reliable platform to handle the complexity and security of direct payments like credit or debit cards and other mobile solutions like Apple Pay.
Streamlined payment management across payment types, enabling your drivers to choose their preferred payment method. 
Integrations with Europe’s leading payment terminals such as CCV, Payter, Worldline and Scheidt and Bachmann.
Works seamlessly with payment hardware such as Valina and CCV IM30 and various terminals without keypads.

Drivers support

Drivers get support if there are any payment issues

  • Billing engine automatically creates invoices for charge point, card and account subscriptions as well as reimbursements.
  • Customers can see and download their invoices in their dashboard and are optionally notified by email.
  • Invoices and cycles can be managed by admins across the customer population.
  • Invoices can be automatically pushed into ERP systems (such as Netsuite or Exact Online)

Coming soon

With upcoming cashless payment options, our solution enables our customers to set up a compliant payment infrastructure in view of the following regulatory requirements:

EU payments - Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR)

The AFIR is part of the Fit for 55 package, which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the EU by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels and to achieve climate neutrality in 2050. It calls for the deployment of more EV charging points across Europe and a user-friendly recharging experience. The AFIR also imposes some obligations on charge point operators, for example regarding payments.

From 13 April 2024, charge point operators need to enable EV drivers to pay for charging without the need to register or enter into a contract at all new public charge stations in the EU by using a widely used payment instrument such as (i) payment card readers, (ii) contactless payment card devices, or (iii) payments via a smartphone, for example via a QR code.

There also needs to be transparent and comparable pricing per kWh.

UK payments - The Public Charge Point Regulations 2023

On 24 November 2023 the UK Public Charge Point Regulations 2023 came into force. One of the requirements is that charge point operators must ensure before 24 November 2024 that contactless payment is possible at all rapid public charge points (>50kW) and all public charge points (>8kW) deployed from 24 November 2023. They will also have to be transparent about their pricing, have roaming deals with third parties and ensure that all chargers have 24/7 helplines.

Charge point operators will be required to open up their data for apps and online maps, so drivers can easily find an available charge point that meets their needs.