Recharge while you work: Electric charging for staff
Schiphol Parking has installed electric charge point at various staff parking locations. You can use these points if you have access to one of these parking locations, an electric car and a universal charging card. It costs € 0.36 per kWh to use our EV charge points, with an initial starting rate of € 1.21. It is not possible to reserve parking spaces that offer electric charging, so we cannot guarantee their availability.
Locations of electric charging stations
Our charging stations are in the following locations:
- staff car park P12, near the entrance on the ground floor;
- staff car park P30, in the ECO2/carpool zone;
- staff car park P40, in the ECO2/carpool zone;
- P57, near the entrance;
- P1 WTC, level -1, opposite the red stairwell.
What do you need to use the charging stations?
The charging stations at Schiphol are suitable for all charging passes issued by common Dutch service providers. You will also need a parking permit on your Schiphol Pass or a separate parking subscription in order to gain access to the parking location.
All the charging stations are occupied, what now?
There are a limited number of electric charging stations at Schiphol and they cannot be reserved. If all the charging stations at your parking location are occupied, you will therefore need to park in a normal space. We keep a close eye on how often our charging stations are used. On the basis of this data, we then decide whether to expand the number of spaces.
Do you have a question or comment about charging electric vehicles? Contact the Customer Contact Centre via firstname.lastname@example.org.