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Users’ contributions to the Electromaps map

Share your experiences and photos about your charges! And if you know a charging station that is not on the map, add it from the app. Your contributions are rewarded!

María Rodríguez
Feb 21, 2023
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Electromaps would not be the same without you all, the users. Your contributions are essential to improve the app in general and the charging experiences of EV users in particular.

From the search for charging points, to the charging itself, you can add a lot of value to the Electromaps app. You can:

1. Add new charging stations that do not yet appear on the Electromaps map

We would like to tell you that our map contains all the charging points, but it is not quite like that. Every day there are new charging stations set and we do not always have them registered. That is why your help is so important.

Do you know a charging point that does not appear on our map and would like to add it? It is very easy, you just have to click on the icon that appears at the bottom of the map on your smartphone and follow the steps.

how an user can add charging stations to the Electromaps map

2. Edit a charging point

Many of our charging points offer real-time information that shows if these points are working correctly, if they are available or busy, the charging rates, the connectors...

Only charging stations that are not connected to Electromaps can be editable by users. If you find any incorrect information or you can simply provide more information that helps other electric vehicle drivers to have a deeper understanding of that point, it is up to you to add it simply by clicking on the pencil-shaped icon (“edit”) and follow the steps.

3. Report the status of a charging point

Contribute with information about a charging point by reporting its status, that is, if it is working correctly, you have had a specific issue, or if the point is not active. This can be done directly by clicking on the "Report status" option that appears in the connector.

When the status of a charging station has been reported, the face icon of that status changes colour until that information is confirmed, either by Electromaps or by another user.

Report the status of a charging point on Electromaps map

4. Add comments and photos to a charge point

If it is said that “a picture is worth a thousand words”, why not both? We encourage you to share your comments and photos of your chargings at the point itself, so that other users get a better idea of what they are going to find at that point.

Add comments and photos to a charge point on Electromaps map
Cepsa Miralbueno Service Station (Zaragoza), with a double 180 kW charging point that can be activated with the app and the Electropass token and card

Contribute and earn money to charge your EV with Electromaps

Every month we will thank the three users who have contributed the most to the app by adding photos, comments, charging points... And they will get credit for their charges:

🥇150€ for the first

🥈100€ for the second

🥉50€ for the third

Don't wait any longer and get even more out of your chargings with Electromaps!

What new contributions have there been to the Electromaps map?

January 2023

Last January, our community of users added 560 stations to the charging points map, 4,076 comments and 1,538 photos. Almost nothing!

The users who participated the most with their contributions were…

🥇wyaak2: with 204 contributions

🥈CR123, with 38 contributions

🥉Laura, with 36 contributions

top contributors on the Electromaps map in January 2023

February 2023

In February, Electromaps users added 767 stations to our charging points map, 3,882 comments and 1,916 photos.

The users who participated the most with their contributions were…

🥇Stefan, with 41 contribuciones

🥈Rohann, with 34 contribuciones

🥉Paco, with 29 contribuciones

top contributors on the Electromaps map in February 2023

Thank you very much to all of you who have helped to improve the Electromaps charging stations map and the charging experience of thousands of users with your contributions.

María Rodríguez
Feb 21, 2023
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