Gelderland is the largest province in the Netherlands, known for the Nijmegen Four Days Marches and the Dutch Open Air Museum. Overijssel is the province of the unique Giethoorn, amusement park Slagharen and the Weerribben. Gelderland and Overijssel are also the provinces of electric driving. Within these provinces, residents and visitors can charge their electric cars at a public charging station. Together with the participating municipalities, we are fully committed to electric driving - a step towards fossil-free living.

You can request a public charging station if:

  • You live or work in one of the affiliated municipalities in the provinces Gelderland or Overijssel.
  • You have an electric car or plug-in hybrid. 
  • Your car has a minimum driving range of 45 kilometers (according to European Type Approval).
  • Your car is a passenger car (type M1) or a delivery van (N1 or N2) and you can demonstrate this with a (provisional) purchase or lease agreement.
  • You do not have your own site where a charging point can be placed. This includes: a garage or driveway, the possibility to buy a parking space at your house, or renting a VVE parking garage.

A public charging station in Gelderland or Overijssel in 7 steps

  • Request
    Request a public charging station online.

  • Assessment
    If you meet the conditions, the municipality will assess whether it is possible and necessary to install an additional public charging station. That takes 1 week.

  • Location charger
    we'll connect your request to a location chosen by your municipality

  • Assessment municipality
    The municipality checks the request and decides if the location is suited for a public charger.

  • Traffic order
    The municipality makes a traffic order.

  • Objection
    Residents in the neighbourhood can object within 6 weeks.

  • Preparation
    Grid operator Enexis prepares the grid connection. We prepare the installation.

  • Installation
    We install the charging station.

The free Vattenfall InCharge charging card

With a charging card, you can charge your electric car at a charging station. You do not pay any subscription costs for our charging card.

The free Vattenfall InCharge app

With the Vattenfall InCharge app, you can see all nearby charging stations in one overview.

See your charging sessions in My InCharge

You can see your charging sessions on your online My InCharge account.

Fast charging at McDonald's

At various McDonald's restaurants you can quickly charge your electric car in half an hour.

Flexible charging with Flexpower

With Flexpower you charge even more sustainably: Flexpower charging stations take into account off-peak and peak hours and whether the sun is shining.


Everything about electric driving

No more petrol or diesel in your car, just electricity: An important step towards fossil-free living. View the most important topics around electric driving and charging.

Everything about electric driving



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



We're happy to help you on your way

If you have a question, you can call us on working days between 08.00 and 20.00 at 088 363 7991. Or request a callback. We like to think along with you!

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