Changes in charging prices


Unfortunately, energy prices across Europe are still rising, therefore we have to increase our prices as detailed below. As we expect energy markets to remain volatile in the foreseeable future, we will reconsider our prices on a monthly basis going forward and change them if needed, to make sure they remain fair to our customers while ensuring a sustainable margin. You can find our latest prices in our app, on the charger screens and on our website

Starting 1 August, we will increase the standard tariffs (Pay as you go) for the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland as well as the tariffs for our Gold Members in all countries*. And per 1 September, we will increase the standard tariffs (Pay as you go) for the UK. The prices can differ per country, depending on the local energy prices and different taxation in each country. 

Any future price changes will take effect on the first day of the month, our Gold Members will receive a one month notice ahead of any price changes. 

Our prices for each country, valid per 1 August and 1 September, can be found below. If you use a charging card, different fees and/or additional charges can apply. Please visit the website of your provider for details.

Standard tariffs (Pay as you go tariffs) per 1 August 2022 noon: 

  • the Netherlands € 0.68 per kWh
  • Germany € 0.74 per kWh
  • Belgium € 0.75 per kWh
  • France € 0.59 per kWh (no change)
  • Switzerland CHF 0.75 per kWh
  • United Kingdom £ 0.54 per kWh 

Gold membership tariffs per 1 August 2022 noon: 

  • the Netherlands € 0.45 per kWh plus € 11.99 per month
  • Germany € 0.50 per kWh plus € 11.99 per month
  • Belgium € 0.50 per kWh plus € 11.99 per month
  • France € 0.45 per kWh plus € 11.99 per month
  • Switzerland CHF 0.50 per kWh plus CHF 11.99 per month
  • United Kingdom £ 0.35 per kWh plus £ 9.99  

You can manage your gold membership via the app (in your vehicle settings).

*Gold members registered before 1 August 2022 will get a one month notice ahead and will only pay the new tariff as of 1 September 2022. 

About Fastned

Fastned has been developing fast charging infrastructure for electric vehicles across Europe since 2012. Fastned’s mission is to accelerate the transition to sustainable mobility by giving freedom to electric drivers. Based in Amsterdam, the company has built 210 fast charging stations in the Netherlands, Germany, UK, Belgium, France and Switzerland. The company specialises in developing and operating fast charging infrastructure where drivers can charge their electric vehicle with up to 300 km of range in 15 minutes before continuing their journey. Fastned is listed on Euronext Amsterdam (ticker AMS: FAST).