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THE WORLD’S LARGEST PUBLIC CHARGING NETWORK.
Multiple operators, access for all.
ChargeNow provides easy access for anyone to the world’s largest network of public chargepoints – with one contract for all ChargeNow partner stations.
FIND, ACTIVATE AND PAY FOR CHARGING SERVICES.
Charging stations operated by various providers in the ChargeNow network are displayed in the onboard navigation system, or via the BMW/MINI Connected app or the ChargeNow app – making it easy to locate public chargepoints quickly. The ChargeNow card is used for activation and cashless payment, with a detailed monthly statement providing an overview of fees.
Extensive charging network will enable BMW to lead E-Mobility.
Did you know …
… that ChargeNow provides you with access to more than 118,000 public charging outlets in 29 countries? (as of November 2017)
… that the BMW Group supports more than 29 projects to build fast-charging infrastructure across Europe? More than 1,000 fast-chargers have been set up so far. (as of July 2017)
… that it takes only about 30 minutes to charge an electric vehicle to 80% at a public rapid-charging station?
ChargeNow is now successfully operated by the 100% BMW subsidiary ‘Digital Charging Solutions GmbH’, which was founded in 2017. DCS left the BMW ecosystem in 2018 and is partnering with various automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to provide innovative solutions for charging electric vehicles. The DCS service provides access to multiple electric charging networks and enables electric vehicles to find, use and pay for public charging in an easy and seamless way.
ChargeNow was launched in Japan in October 2016, where it offers a nationwide network of more than 9,758 chargepoints.
On 7 September 2015, ChargeNow was launched in Beijing, in partnership with energy provider Potevio, to expand the service to China.
ChargeNow introduced an international roaming service for customers in Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, France and Switzerland in mid-2014. This means that customers from Germany can easily use their ChargeNow card across the border in Austria, for example.
The charging stations of the UK’s largest charging network, ChargeMaster, joined the ChargeNow partner network on 19 March 2013. By November of the same year, to coincide with the launch of the BMW i3, ChargeNow charging stations were available in 14 markets.