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EV Owners set to create revenue with Plug-In and ParkBack

Homeowners with an electric vehicle (EV) charging point will soon be able to make money by listing their driveway and charge facility as parking space for EV owners.

Driveways with charge points are now offering great opportunities for homeowners to rent them out as parking spaces to motorists with electric vehicles (EVs).

With sales of EVs increasing year-on-year, and predictions there will be 200,000 EVs on the UK’s roads by the end of 2019, the pace of bookings is set to take a surge in the following months.

Industry experts, and have come together to collaborate on a new venture which will see EV owners make revenue from a Plug-In and Park scheme.

For the first time customers will be able to make bookings for spaces where EV charging is available directly through, a website dedicated to finding EV charge points across the UK.

The price of the parking for customers using the new facility on also includes being able to use the charge point.

Harrison Woods, managing director at, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for driveway owners with a charge point to make some extra money as the electric revolution takes off, especially given the fact that the Government is committed to banning the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in just over 20 years.

“It also means EV owners can leave their cars to top-up on juice as they enjoy other activities such as going to the shops, watching a football match or having a meal.”

Dr Ben Lane, CTO and co-founder at Zap-Map added: “We are delighted to be partnering with on this ground-breaking EV charging point and pre-book parking space collaboration.

“The partnership will give registered Zap-Map users direct access to YourParkingSpace’s growing number of EV charging spaces across the UK. The joint-venture will in the future provide a new opportunity for Zap-Map users to monetise their home or workplace EV charge points by advertising their points on the YourParkingSpace website.”

The amount of time needed to charge an electric vehicle using a home charger can vary, although as a guideline one of the UK’s most popular electric cars takes about four hours, making rented driveway parking and charging an ideal solution for those on a day out so their vehicle is fully charged for the return journey.

For more information about how to list your empty parking space, visit, while for charge point locations, visit or download the Zap-Map app from Google Play or Appstore.


Posted by Leana Kell on 01/11/2018