Electric vehicle charge points

Find charge points
Use Zap Map to search for locations, brands, types and availability of charge points.
Newport City Council has installed electric vehicle charge points at the following car parks:
Electric vehicle charge points
LocationNumber and type Charging  networkPostcode
Civic Centre 1 Dual (slow) Pod Point NP20 4UR
Park Square 2 Single (slow) Pod Point

NP20 1LX

Riverfront 1 Dual, 1 Single (fast and rapid) Dragon Charging NP20 1HG
Belle Vue 1 Dual, 1 Single (fast and rapid) Dragon Charging NP20 4FP
Faulkner Road 4 Dual (fast) Dragon Charging NP20 4PR
Maindee 3 Dual (fast) Dragon Charging NP19 8FJ
Stow Hill 2 Dual (fast) Dragon Charging NP204DW 
Mill Parade 2 Dual (fast) Dragon Charging NP20 2JS
Rogerstone 2 Dual (fast) Dragon Charging NP10 9LG
Kingsway 2 Dual (fast) Franklin LiFe NP20 1EU
Tredegar Park 2 Dual (fast) Dragon Charging NP20 3AJ
Fourteen Locks 1 Dual (rapid) Dragon Charging NP10 9GN
Pye Corner 2 Dual (fast) Dragon Charging NP10 9DS
Hollybush 2 Dual (fast) Dragon Charging NP20 6ES
  • Slow = 6-8 hours approximate charge time
  • Fast = 3-4 hours approximate charge time
  • Rapid = 30 minutes approximate charge time
How do I charge my car?
You will need a compatible plug-to-plug cable which should be supplied with your vehicle. 
Creating an account
Depending on the brand of charger, access to charging is provided by an RFID card or via a website or app where you can set up your account. You can set up your account using the links below:
Visit the Dragon Charging website
Visit the PodPoint app or website
Using a charge point
Once you have set up your account further information and instructions on how to use the charging points can be found on the website or app you are using. You can also find instruction guides below:
Dragon Charging instructions
Podpoint instructions
When the car is fully charged, charging will stop automatically.
Charging can be interrupted or stopped at any time by presenting the RFID card or by providing a command via a smart phone application.
How much does it cost?
For Dragon Charging there is a charge of 65p per kWh.
Payments can be made via the Dragon Charging Network website.
When you join the Dragon Charging Network you will also have access to the Genie Network with over 400 charge points across the UK.
If you already have a Geniepoint account you can access the DragonChargers using your Geniepoint account or card.
Costs for other charging points can be found on Zap Map.
Parking charges: you will need to pay to park when charging your car in a pay and display car park, please check and pay the tariff shown.
Maintenance and reporting problems
Silverstone Green Energy maintain and operate the chargers that are part of the Dragon Charging Network on behalf of the council.
Use the 24 hour helpline to report any problems with a charge point:
(01834) 474480
email [email protected]
Chargers installed in Newport before 2019 are on a different network, please use the helpline numbers below:
Pod Point, 020 7247 4114, email [email protected]
Gwent councils have been awarded grant-funding from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) to cover up to 75% of the costs to install electric vehicle charge points in car parks in residential areas.
Newport City Council has used money from the Welsh Government's Local Transport Fund to match-fund the OLEV chargers and fund additional charging infrastructure. 
For further information email [email protected] or call (01633) 656656