Pay as you go - electric vehicle chargers

Cornwall Council is working with the ChargePoint Services’ Genie Point network to provide chargepoints for fleet, staff, visitors and the general public to use. There are 2 types of chargepoints; superfast and fast.

What’s the difference?

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  • Superfast – 43/50 kW (AC/DC) points deliver ‘rapid charge’ to enable onward travel
  • Fast – 7/22 kW (AC) points deliver 'fast charge’ for general day-to-day destination charging

Cornwall Council is not involved in the provision of household charging facilities. However residents who are interested in installing their own domestic charging facilities, who have suitable offstreet parking, can find out more about the Government grants that are available.

SSE is responsible for charge pricing. You will need an SSE chargepoint Genie card or download the app before you can use the chargepoints. To find out how to register for a card and for more information please visit the charge point genie website.

The Council takes no revenue from the power supplied to customers.  


  • Newquay Cornwall Airport 
  • Eden project
  • Churchfield Car Park, Camelford 
  • Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service, Tolvaddon
  • County Arms, Truro 
  • Holmbush Inn, St Austell 
  • TIC Car Park, Bude 
  • Whitehouse Services, A30, Okehampton
  • New Road North Car Park, Callington
  • Millpool Car Park, Looe 
  • West End Motors, Bodmin 
  • Albany car park, Newquay
  • Quarry Car Park, Falmouth 
  • Theatre Royal, Plymouth
  • Trevissome Park, A3075 nr. Blackwater
  • Earl of Chathman, Lostwithiel


  • Cornwall College, Camborne
  • Cornwall College, St Austell
  • Cornwall College, Newquay
  • Cornwall College, Saltash
  • County Hall, Truro
  • Dolcoath Offices, Camborne
  • Higher Trenant, Wadebridge (Council / CORMAC fleet only)
  • Scorrier Council Offices, Scorrier (Council / CORMAC fleet only)
  • Newquay Cornwall Airport (Council fleet and staff only)
  • Langarth Park and Ride, Threemilestone
  • Tregurra Park and Ride, Truro