We are now introducing region-based pricing for charging, and at the same time making a price adjustment at all charging stations in Norway starting on the 15th of September 2022. The price for charging in Central Norway and Northern Norway is going down, while at the same time we are increasing the prices in Southern Norway due to the rising electricity prices.
Price decline in Central Norway (NO3) and Northern Norway (NO4)
There are currently big differences in electricity prices in Norway, depending on where you live. Therefore, we have now chosen to have differentiated prices for charging based on area. As of the 15th of September, our prices for drop-in charging in Northern Norway and Central Norway will be NOK 3.49/kWh on slow chargers, NOK 6.49/kWh on rapid chargers (up to max. 50kW), and, NOK 6,99/kWh on high power chargers (up to a maximum of 350 kW).
High electricity prices lead to higher charging prices in Southern Norway (NO1, NO2, NO5)
Because of the increased costs due to high electricity prices, we are now adjusting the drop-in prices at our charging stations in southern Norway. As of the 15th of September, our drop-in prices for charging in southern Norway will be NOK 4.99/kWh on slow chargers, NOK 8.29/kWh on rapid chargers (up to max. 50kW), and NOK 8.79/kWh on high power chargers (up to a maximum of 350 kW).
The price may vary
Recharge has an open network, which means that you can use many different RFID tags, charge cards, and app solutions to charge at our stations. We would like to point out that the price for charging with an app, charging card, or RFID tag through different service providers (e.g. Fortum, Elton, and the Electric Vehicle Association’s charging club) will vary. It is the service providers themselves who set the price model and price level for their services.