JAGUAR I-PACE: Charging Points

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CRC@Jaguar
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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE: Charging Points

Post by CRC@Jaguar » Tue Jun 11, 2019 3:57 pm

Goshdarnit wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:41 pm
I have a question about the “extensive charging networks across the country” Dan. Why doesn’t the I-Pace actually work with most of them (in this case, the country is Scotland)?
Hi goshdarnit,



According to Zap-Map, Scotland has over 3,000 charging connectors.



I-PACE has been tested and has been shown to work well with a wide range of networks including, Polar, Geniepoint, NewMotion, Pod Point, Charge your Car, InstaVolt, Chargeplace Scotland, Ionity.



Do have any specific examples of chargers not working with I-PACE?



If so, please PM me with your contact, vehicle and retailer details so I can look into this further.



Thanks,



Chand - Land Rover UK


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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE: Charging Points

Post by NightFox » Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:14 pm

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Chutche
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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE: Charging Points

Post by Chutche » Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:26 pm

My I-pace will NOT charge at the following ccs chargers.Grantown-on-Spey Aviemore
Kingussie Stirling Inverarray and Lochgilphead
To say I-pace charges at most cyc chargers in Scotland is not my experience.
Perhaps we should start a Scottish database of cyc chargers that Do work with I-pace.
Anyone got a list to start?


Goshdarnit
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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE: Charging Points

Post by Goshdarnit » Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:44 pm

CRC@Jaguar wrote:
Tue Jun 11, 2019 3:57 pm

Hi goshdarnit,



According to Zap-Map, Scotland has over 3,000 charging connectors.



I-PACE has been tested and has been shown to work well with a wide range of networks including, Polar, Geniepoint, NewMotion, Pod Point, Charge your Car, InstaVolt, Chargeplace Scotland, Ionity.



Do have any specific examples of chargers not working with I-PACE?



If so, please PM me with your contact, vehicle and retailer details so I can look into this further.



Thanks,



Chand - Land Rover UK
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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE: Charging Points

Post by Chewy » Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:45 pm

CRC@Jaguar wrote:
Tue Jun 11, 2019 3:57 pm
Goshdarnit wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:41 pm
I have a question about the “extensive charging networks across the country” Dan. Why doesn’t the I-Pace actually work with most of them (in this case, the country is Scotland)?
Hi goshdarnit,



According to Zap-Map, Scotland has over 3,000 charging connectors.



I-PACE has been tested and has been shown to work well with a wide range of networks including, Polar, Geniepoint, NewMotion, Pod Point, Charge your Car, InstaVolt, Chargeplace Scotland, Ionity.



Do have any specific examples of chargers not working with I-PACE?



If so, please PM me with your contact, vehicle and retailer details so I can look into this further.



Thanks,



Chand - Land Rover UK

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AGT
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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE: Charging Points

Post by AGT » Tue Jun 11, 2019 5:14 pm

Scotland:

- has a minority Government supported by the Green Party;
- produced 75% of its electricity from renewable sources;
- is the home to TESLA's largest institutional shareholder,

and has 3,000 charging connectors, very few of which work with an I-Pace.

There is an interesting article in the FT today explaining that the "poor" infrastructure continues to be a barrier to adoption of EVs. The article refers to "costly stranded assets". At first I thought that this must mean Scottish I-Paces. However, it turns out that what the industry means by "costly stranded assets" is EV pumps which no-one uses.

Really disappointing to think that my fantastic I-Pace is pretty much confined to the central belt of the country - unless that nice Mr Bannatyne would like to build some more health clubs around the country.


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