A Charging Point Holder (CPH) is an individual, natural, legal or similar, owner of a charging station, located in a private access space, for their own use or for a limited number of users, and is integrated in the Electric Mobility Network at the owner’s free will.
The Charging Point Holder’s activity cannot have a commercial nature.
The owner of the installation location may select an operator, who shall remain responsible for the site’s installation and operation or acquire directly from a manufacturer the equipment in line with the Mobi.E System.
With the station’s
connection to the Electric Mobility Network, the energy consumed is paid by the electric vehicle users to the respective Electric Mobility Suppliers (CEME) and shall be deducted from the energy to be paid by the station’s owner where the point is found to be installed.
The installation of a charging station as a CPH enables:
- Various tenants to share the same charging station, each one paying for the energy consumed from their CEME, and guaranteeing that the energy in question is removed from the condominium’s consumption;
- An electric vehicle to be charged at home, with the energy being paid like in any other charging station of the mobility network, in other words, by the responsible for the contract with the CEME (for example by their company, if they supply one a card for the charging of electric vehicles).
- That a company can hold a charging point and its employees or customers can use that point to charge the batteries of their vehicles, with the energy paid by the user of the vehicle in accordance with the respective contract with the CEME.