Electric driving plays an important role in making the world around us more sustainable. That is why we do everything to make electric driving as worry-free as possible - for example, by building one of the largest charging networks in Northern Europe, and by helping consumers and companies with their charging stations and charging infrastructure.

With 20,000 colleagues in the Netherlands and beyond

We are one of the largest energy suppliers of electricity and heat in Europe. And we're leading the way when it comes to sustainability. For example, we not only help the consumers and companies who use energy with us, but also the world around us. Until 2019, Nuon was our name. Now we go by Vattenfall, the name of our parent company. With 20,000 colleagues in the Netherlands, Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Great Britain, France, and Norway, we're working towards our mission: Enabling fossil-free living within one generation.

 

Full focus on electric driving

 We go beyond delivering renewable energy. We also work to make fossil-free travel possible, for example by installing as many public charging stations as possible, so that people with an electric car can charge their car when and where they need to. We also help consumers and companies with charging stations at home and at work. In our InCharge app you can see all of our charging stations, in the Netherlands and beyond.

 

We're going for 200,000 charging stations in 2030

 The need to keep the world around us clean grows by the day. That is why we are fully committed to growing our charging network, so that people can charge their electric cars at home, at work, and on the go. About 120,000 people already charge their cars at one of our charging stations. That is good for 67 million kilometers without CO2 emissions. And that's just the beginning. In 2030 we're going for 200,000 charging stations. This way we make electric driving as worry-free as possible.

 

Everything about electric driving

How sustainable is an electric car? What do you pay per kilometer? What exactly is the situation with charge cards and what are the tax rules regarding electric driving? Here is everything you want to know about electric driving in one convenient place.

Everything about electric driving

 

 

FAQs

Every day we answer questions about electric driving and charging. We have listed the frequently asked questions for you here.

FAQs

 

 

Happy to help you on your way

If you have any questions, call us at  088 363 7991 on workdays between 08:00 and 20:00. Or request a callback and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. We like to think along with you!

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