Always charge your EV wherever you are for the best possible price. With access to more than 200,000 charge points there is always one near you. Choose the subscription that best fits your needs. Our ‘Orange’ subscription for frequent drivers or our charge card without a monthly fee. Available for private and business use. It’s up to you!
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Where can I charge?
Am I able to charge everywhere in the Netherlands?
Yes, you are! With the E-Flux charge card you are able to charge pretty much everywhere! In the Netherlands we have 99% coverage. E-Flux charge cards are compatible with both public and fast chargers.
Using your charge card abroad
Using your charge card in Belgium
In Belgium the coverage is almost as good as in the Netherlands. Therefore, you don’t have to worry when you go to our neighbours in the south.
Using your charge card in Germany
If you visit Germany on a frequent basis the E-Flux charge card is an excellent choice. We’ve got a 95% coverage in Germany.
Using your charge card in rest of Europe.
You are definitely able to use our charge card in the rest of Europe. Our charge card is accepted in 7000 cities across 46 countries.
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How does charging an electric car work?
Follow the steps below and off you go!
Charge time EV
How long does it take to charge an electric car?
When switching to an electric car a big fear that many people have, is that it takes long to fully charge the battery of an EV. This is actually not true.
Fast chargers like those at Fastned and Ionity are able to fully charge the battery of an EV within 30 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.
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Costs of electric driving
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 at a charging station at home takes 10 hours. During these 10 hours, an AC charging station charges an average of 40-50 kWh. In the Netherlands, approximately 1 kWh costs € 0.23 incl. VAT
Public charging stations are more expensive per kWh than private charging stations. The rate of a public charging station is between € 0.30 and € 0.59 per kWh. This differs per charge point operator. E-Flux charges only the price 1-to-1 without additional costs.
Fast charging is the fastest way to charge your car. However, this more expensive than "AC" charging. The most common rate is around € 0.60 per kWh. This means that you spend an average of € 0.10 per kilometer in energy costs.
Frequently asked questions
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and charge card number. We block the charge card for you. You can request a new charge card or tag from the E-Flux dashboard.
All orders that we receive before 4:00 PM will be shipped the same day. For destinations in the Netherlands, we keep a maximum of 2 days delivery time. It can sometimes take longer, depending on how busy PostNL is. Is the charge card not delivered within 5 days? Please call us. We can always send a new charge card.
You can easily add another E-Flux charge card via your account. Log in, go to ‘My cards’, and request another one. You can do this also for someone else. Both cards have the same invoice address.
The full charging of a battery is due to several factors. This depends on the type of charging station and the car. On average, it takes between 6 and 10 hours to fully charge a battery. If you are on the road and your battery is about to run out, you don’t want to wait for 6 to 10 hours until your battery is full again. In this case, you can use fast chargers. These are often located along highways, for example, FastNed stations are well-known. With these fast chargers, you can usually charge the battery 80% full within 30 minutes. Of course, you also need a charge card for this.
In the Netherlands you can charge anywhere with the E-Flux charge card or tag. There is also a wide reach in the Benelux.