Welcome to Chargemaster

Founded in 2008, we’re the UK’s biggest name in electric vehicle (EV) charging, trusted by thousands of owners, businesses and councils.

We design, build, sell and maintain the best charging units, and we also run POLAR, the largest network of public charging points in the country. We work with EV drivers, businesses, local authorities and car manufacturers, providing every aspect of the electric charging experience so we can give our customers complete accountability and a faster response.

While our product range grows, we’re also nurturing new ideas and innovating for the next generation of transport. It’s part of our commitment to making the next step in the history of transport possible.

We have supplied more than 50,000 charging points across Europe and are currently producing over 2,000 charging units a month, looking after the charging needs of EV drivers, businesses, Govt. and local authorities and eight of the leading car manufacturers.

Our charging range
We make the future of electric motoring possible with a range of products for home, business, commercial and public use. You’ll be using the country’s most popular charging points, developed and manufactured in the UK and carefully designed to match your needs. All our products are backed by a comprehensive three-year warranty and unrivalled aftersales support.

For those wishing to charge their EV at home, our Homecharge range is the fastest, safest and most convenient way to do so – charging up to 3x faster than a 13A socket. All are available with £500 OLEV Grant Funding for eligible customers and fully-installed by our expert team of specialist electricians.

Our Fastcharge range of floor standing and wall-mounted charging units are the perfect solution for all workplace, destination and public charging requirements. Sleek, stylish and reliable, they are fitted with two universal ‘Type 2’ sockets as standard and come with a range of power output (up to 22kW) and access control options, to ensure you find exactly what you’re looking for.

Set to revolutionise rapid charging, our new UltraCharger is now available. Compact and stylish, these ‘tri-standard’ units offer 50kW CHAdeMO / 50kW CCS / 43kW AC connections and can charge most plug-in vehicles to 80% capacity in 30 minutes. Innovative features such as an intuitive, state of the art user interface and cable management system makes installing and operating them a pleasure.

Trusted by the world’s leading EV manufacturers
We’re also proud to be the official charging partner for some of the most innovative and forward-thinking EV manufacturers. Our relationships with market-leading manufacturers mean that you are always guaranteed the best in charging technology.

To find out more, or for help and advice understanding which charging solution is right for you, please get in touch.
01582 399413

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