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How to charge electric cars

Charge and earn credit

Charging made easy with SHARE NOW

Charging with SHARE NOW is safe and simple – and when you get the hang of it, it only takes seconds. Charge at any Clever, Spirii, E.ON, or IONITY charging station throughout the country and use our electric cars for weekend trips and vacations. Each time you charge a car that’s running low on juice, you can earn driving credit, which is used to pay for your upcoming trips.

The market for EVs and EV charging is under intense development these days. This means that charging points are being set up throughout Copenhagen, Frederiksberg and the rest of the country. In the SHARE NOW app, you can get the overview of charging points within the Home Area. If you need to charge outside the Home Area, please see the website or app of each individual operator.

Thousands of charging points

Our four charging partners


The characteristic green Clever charging stations are placed throughout the Greater Copenhagen area and you'll find your way to them via the SHARE NOW app. If you need to find a Clever charger outside the Home Area, please go to their interactive map. Please note: You can not charge at Clever and E.ON's shared chargers named Powered by E.ON Drive / Clever.

Go to Clever's charging map

The Spirii charging stations are black with a characteristic black and red icon at its front. These charging stations are often set up in collaboration with other companies which is why you'll see the names of different brands printed on them, e.g. Merkur Andelskasse, AURA Energi, FDM, Region Hovedstaden, with more.


If you've charged a SHARE NOW car, you definitely know E.ON – their red-and-white charging stations are placed throughout the Greater Copenhagen area. If you need to charge at E.ON outside the Home Area, please see their interactive map. Also note: You can not charge at E.ON and Clever's shared chargers named Powered by E.ON Drive / Clever.

Go to E.ON's charging map

IONITY has set up a number of fast chargers along highways in Denmark. Fast chargers can usually charge up the battery to ~80% in 20-45 minutes. Simply perfect, if you're on road trip and want to get back behind the wheel quickly. You'll find IONITY chargers along highways near e.g. Greve, Nyborg, and Fredericia.

Go to IONITY's charging map

Plug-in guide

How to charge an electric car

Charging an electric car is both safe and simple – you'll master it in no time! We don't expect you to charge our electric cars after every trip. Charging is free at any of our charging partners all over the country.

Activate the view of charging stations in the app (Map ▶ Menu in right hand corner ▶ Filter map). You can charge at E.ON, Clever, Spirii, and IONITY stations across Denmark.

The cable looks slightly different from car to car. You can't miss it.

Open the cap to the plug with a gentle push and connect the cable. The plug is located at the car's rear side.

There is a chip in the plug of the charging cable. Scan the plug on the top or side of the charging station to activate charging, then plug in the cable.

The car is charging when the light near the charging socket changes to blue (BMW i3), yellow (MINI Electric), or green (Fiat 500e and Peugeot e-208). Easy as that!

To earn credit, please make sure to end your trip after the car has started charging.

You can charge our cars at any partner station outside the Home Area, but to end your trip you must be within the Home Area. Important: You cannot charge our cars at Powered by e.on Drive & Clever joint fast chargers.

Learn more about charging in our FAQ.

Get more power in less time

Fast charging

Fast charging is perfect for when you want to get the most of your rate. Locate a fast charger from one of our partners, follow the steps below, and get back on the road in no time.

Please note: Fast chargers can charge the car from 0-80% in 20-45 minutes. The charging speed depends on the car's battery and temperature. You can fast charge at any of our partners' fast chargers in Denmark, except joint venture stations from E.ON and Clever called Powered by E.ON Drive & Clever.

Fast charging requires a special cable. Connect it to the car.

On the fast charger screen, tap RFID and continue.

Get the charging cable from the boot of the car – there's a chip in the plug of the cable. Scan the chip on the indicated area on the charger, wait a few seconds, then check that the car is charging.

That's it! Please note, that most fast chargers have time limited parking. Don't end your trip there!


How to unplug an electric car

One of the perks of free-floating car-sharing is that you can locate electric cars anywhere throughout the Home Area. If you are looking for maximum range, though, we recommend starting your trip in a car that is waiting at a charging station, full and ready to hit the road. Use the app to see charging stations and to filter for cars with a battery level that matches your need.

Exactly how you would start any trip.

Don't worry – it's completely safe.

No chip required. The charging cable is released when the car is unlocked.

Return it the boot of the car. You're now good to go. Enjoy your trip!


SHARE NOW electric cars in your city

With more than 2,900 electric car-sharing vehicles in Europe's most popular cities, we've placed the future directly in your hands. Get in and enjoy the future of transport – silent and with zero emission. Our electric cars free-float on the streets of your city and are ready to be unlocked with just the SHARE NOW app. Here are some of our favourite electric rides.

Peugeot e-208 ⚡️

Extra attitude.
4 kr. / minute²
280 kr. / 3 h³
495 kr. / 1 day³
See more →

BMW i3 ⚡️

The future is here.
4 kr. / minute²
335 kr. / 3 h³
595 kr. / 1 day³
See more →

Fiat 500e ⚡️

Perfect for life in the city.
3.75 kr. / minute²
280 kr. / 3 h³
495 kr. / 1 day³
See more →

MINI Electric ⚡

Redefined electric.
4 kr. / minute²
335 kr. / 3 h³
595 kr. / 1 day³
See more →


Looking for more information? We cover your most frequently asked questions in the FAQ.



Parking is free on any legal public street parking inside the Copenhagen Home Area, where the car is allowed to stay parked for at least 2 hours at all times of the day and week. You are responsible for parking costs incurred in private parking garages. Additional parking rules apply.


Minute rate trips include 10,000 km.


Hourly and daily rates include a fixed number of kilometres. If the included time and/or mileage is exceeded, the overtime minute rate and/or long distance rate will apply. To see the additional fees, simply tap on a rate in the app. Detailed information on the overtime minute rate will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.