To celebrate the launch of Leeds City Centre’s first Rapid Charger, CitiCharge, a subscription-free electric vehicle (EV) charging network, owned and managed by leading parking operator CitiPark, is offering free rapid charging for the first 1,000 kWh used at CitiPark’s Merrion Centre car park from 27th May.
Classified as a 480-volt electric vehicle charging station, rapid chargers are the fastest way to charge an EV, with an electric output of 50 kWh as opposed to the average 7 kWh and is capable of providing 80% charge to EVs in just 20-40 minutes.
The Rapid Charger allows two vehicles to charge simultaneously, using either the 50 kWh DC port (CCS or CHAdeMO) or the 43 kWh AC port (Type 2).
Ben Ziff, Managing Director of CitiPark and CitiCharge said: “CitiCharge is proud to be the first to install this important piece of pioneering technology in Leeds City Centre. We hope that this will be the first of many more to come, contributing towards making Leeds a standout, technologically advanced city.
The introduction of the Rapid Charger is a part of CitiPark’s wider commitment to going green; investing in sustainable technologies which conserve energy and lower pollution. Following this first installation, the plan is to roll out more Rapid Chargers on the CitiCharge network and further improve the UK’s charging infrastructure.”
Terms and Conditions
Offer valid from 27th May 2019
Offer valid on a first come, first served basis.
Offer is exclusive to the CitiCharge Rapid Charger at CitiPark Merrion Centre.
The maximum permitted stay/use for the CitiCharge Rapid Charging Bay is 120 minutes.
Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and is subject to availability
CitiPark reserves the right to alter, amend, cancel, modify or withdraw the promotion or any part of it without prior notice or compensation at any time for whatever reason and/or due to circumstances beyond its control
CitiPark’s decisions in relation to all matters relating to the Promotion shall be final and no correspondence will be entered into in relation to the decisions made.