Chargy, the first network of public charging stations, will incorporate a total of 800 stations and 1,600 charging points by 2020. At least one station will be installed in each municipality of Luxembourg, in order to guarantee national network coverage.
The stations will always be installed near local points of interest, such as business parks, educational establishments, tourist, cultural or sporting attractions, shops, town halls or council offices. Other stations branded as Chargy OK will be gradually added to the network.
The Chargy stations are accessed simply using the mKaart card. This means that the various prepaid mobility products and services from the Verkéiersverbond can all be combined on one single card for greater convenience. Your electricity consumption will be billed to you either via the supplier with whom you have signed a contract, or, if you have a prepaid card, it will be debited until all your credit has been used up.
The MyChargy platform allows users to easily keep track of all charges.
If you already have access to the Chargy system, click here.
In order to be able to recharge your electric car or plug-in hybrid vehicle at Chargy and Chargy OK stations, you need to have signed a contract with a charging service provider.
Your charging service provider will also issue your mKaart that is used to identify you at Chargy and Chargy OK stations. If you already have an mKaart that is compatible with our network, your supplier will add the Chargy product directly to your mKaart.
Please note that the different charging service providers are free to offer different products and services on the same stations.
Recharging at home
One of the main benefits of electromobility is that you can charge your electric car or plug-in hybrid vehicle at home, which means you no longer need to travel to “refuel”.
In order to make the most of all the benefits of an electric car, we recommend that you install a wall-mounted charger for domestic use. Integrating your domestic charging station into the Chargy system is a real advantage, especially if you want to benefit from simplified management of your recharging operations. In this case, you can benefit from a single platform to:
view all your consumption data at home and away,
download all the information required for management purposes and for your professional and financial accounts.
For more information, contact your distribution network operator.
The technical criteria imposed by the network operators are available on the following websites:
When you sign up for a contract with your charging service provider, show them your mKaart. They can check whether it is compatible or not. If the serial number of your mKaart begins with 9.000-30.xxx.xxx-x, your card is compatible with Chargy. If not, your mKaart needs to be replaced with a new one.
If your mKaart is not compatible with Chargy, your charging service provider will issue you with a new mKaart. If your old card still has transport tickets on it, please take your old and new mKaarts to a Mobilitéitszentral counter to transfer your tickets from the old card to the new one.
Yes, there are roaming contracts in place allowing you to recharge your vehicle abroad. Ask your charging service provider whether they have signed a contract of this nature and ask which stations you can access.
Roaming contracts have been set up to allow non-residents to recharge their vehicles on the Chargy network. Ask your charging service provider whether they offer this service.
Please note that you will not be able to load public transport tickets for the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg onto your foreign card; this service is reserved for mKaart users.
When you use your login and password to connect to the MyChargy platform, an interactive map is displayed indicating all the available stations on the network. You can also find detailed information on the status of each station (in use, free, reserved, out of service).