To find an electric vehicle (EV) charging location, you can use our interactive map which provides real-time updates on the status, speed, connector types and availability of EV chargers across the GRIDSERVE Electric Highway
This is the best place to find the most up to date information on our network.
Type an area, postcode or motorway into the search bar on the map
Browse for a suitable site nearby
The sites are colour-coded depending on what type they are: Electric Hub (Teal), Electric Super Hub (Yellow), Electric Forecourt® (Green)
Click on a location and it will let you know the specific EV charging connectors (CCS, CHAdeMO or AC) that are available
Our nifty icons will show you if an EV charger is available, in use or offline
Click on ‘Directions’ to switch to your chosen mapping app for a route to the charger
We offer four different types of EV charging venues and cover the length and breadth of the UK. These include:
- Electric Super Hubs: High Power EV chargers deployed in big numbers, to ensure the swiftest getaway
- Electric Forecourts®: The first dedicated EV charging stations of their kind in Europe, providing an unrivalled charging experience
- Electric Hubs: Medium Power EV chargers that cover more than 80% of the UK’s motorway service areas
- Destination Hubs: Delivering a mixture of Low, Medium and High Power EV chargers at popular places you already visit
You can read more about our locations here.
Top tip: Other ways to find us
Check out Zap-Map, which is a great tool not only to find GRIDSERVE locations but also to plan your journey. The GRIDSERVE Electric Highway also appears on a variety of wayfinding apps and maps including, but not limited to, Google Maps, Waze and TomTom.
Reporting a map issue
We’re constantly working to maintain the accuracy of our mapping data so it can be a useful real-time resource for drivers on our network.