L-Charge’s ultra-fast off-grid solutions are powered using hydrogen and LNG, and could help Europe speed up its transition towards achieving net zero-emission.

While Norway, the Netherlands, and Germany are leading the race on electrification and infrastructure provision with a planned ratio of 3 electric vehicles per public charge point, many European countries are lagging behind. In contrast, there are currently 22 EVs per public charge point in Ireland and 27.2 EVs per public charge point in the UK. Increasing the number of grid-tied chargers is often a difficult, lengthy, and cost-onerous process because of grid constraints and aging infrastructure.

L-Charge solutions remove this obstacle and offer companies from key sectors, including leisure and hospitality, retail, car manufacturing, vehicle rentals, and fleet management unique advantages such as ultra-fast charging speeds, cost-effectiveness, resilience, and the ability to significantly enhance their sustainability credentials.

Justin Tarr, VP of Sales and Operations at L-Charge said: ” Norway has achieved early success with the transition to electric vehicles, predominantly through a mix of incentives and policy instruments. This has notably contributed to the deployment of fast-charging stations on all main roads throughout the country. The end goal though is to reduce carbon emissions at all stages throughout the energy generation process and using clean fuels like hydrogen or LNG, L-Charge solutions contribute to the zero-emission goals.”


L-Charge offers its charging stations in three formats including a fixed, mobile, and floating version. The fixed station can be installed at any location, including motorway services, traditional petrol stations, retail parks, sports venues, and public charging hubs. The mobile version consists of a truck that can travel around the city, charging electric vehicles upon demand. The floating station is a fully autonomous boat equipped with an onboard power generating engine, that can be used to charge maritime vessels en route or at harbors and marinas like “MF Hydra”.

“As one of the world’s leading EV charging infrastructure manufacturers, L-Charge is on a journey to support governments and municipal departments, around the globe, transition to an all-electric transport ecosystem, whilst helping commercial fleet and haulage operators overcome their charging anxieties. L-Charge’s solutions, including the mobile off-grid supercharger, can be deployed anywhere and at any time, affording businesses the opportunity to enhance their operations, and providing EV drivers with a hassle-free service to pursue their journeys,” Justin Tarr explained.

Last year, L-Charge began the pilot operation of the world’s fastest mobile charging station in Europe by introducing the “Green Route” – charging EVs for free on a journey through Germany, France, Spain, and the Netherlands. The company has recently announced it will launch the operation of its commercial network in London in Autumn 2022. Norway is going to follow suit as another destination on the company’s radar.