If you are not charging at home, you can top up at a charging point. First of all, you need to get your hands on one of these:
Most charge points in Scotland will activate with a Charge Place Scotland card.
Drive up to an available charge point – find one on our map here.
The charge point will either have a socket to plug your cable into or cables to plug into your car. Park your car appropriately and plug your car in.
Hold your card up to the ‘scan’ icon (and press start if there is a button) to begin the power flow to charge your car.
There will be an indication that your car is charging.
To finish charging, hold your card up to the contactless point to end the power flow.
Unplug your car and always tidy cables away as you found them to prevent damage.
Visit the contact us page to report a problem with a charge point or if you need further guidance on charging.
Issue with a charge point?
Take note of the charge point number and dial the number on the charge point.
Dundee City Council are set to introduce new charging tariffs from 1st February 2022.
From February 1st 2022 electric vehicle charging tariffs will increase to 20p per kWh for fast chargers (up to 22kW) and 25p per kWh for rapid chargers (>43kW AC or 50kW DC) alongside a 38p connection fee. The Charge Place Scotland back office will record charging sessions through the use of swipe cards and will then invoice electric vehicle users on a monthly basis.
A Dundee resident’s discount scheme has been introduced for the cities privately owned fully electric vehicles. Applying for the scheme applicants must provide the following items:
The following documents can be presented in person to:
Marchbanks Depot Reception
34 Harefield Road
Dundee, DD2 3JW
Alternatively you can send a clear photo/scanned image to the following email: