The UK’s biggest name in electric vehicle (EV) charging, trusted by thousands of owners, businesses and councils.
Your trusted EV charging partner
We’re the UK’s biggest name in electric vehicle (EV) charging, trusted by thousands of owners, businesses and councils. We design, build, sell and maintain the best charging units, and we also run POLAR, the largest network of public charging points in the country. We work with EV drivers, businesses, local authorities and car manufacturers, providing every aspect of the electric charging experience so we can give our customers complete accountability and a faster response.
It has led us to expand our relationships, as well as our production. While our product range grows, we’re also nurturing new ideas and innovating for the next generation of transport. It’s part of our commitment to making the next step in the history of transport possible.
We strive to make charging simple and easy so everyone can enjoy the benefits of electric vehicles.
Our aim is to make EV driving a pleasurable and worry-free experience by providing the UK with the biggest and most reliable charging network.
To achieve that, we innovate new ways and places to charge, building and nurturing the community of EV drivers.
Chargemaster was founded in 2008 and since then we’ve worked hard to become the UK market leader in electric car charging. Trusted and accountable, we offer the best quality products with an end-to-end service.
Our commercial, home and rapid charging points are designed and built in the UK, while our POLAR network offers members access to thousands of charging points across the country.
Working with drivers, businesses, local authorities and car manufacturers, we’re able to offer every step of the charging journey – making electric charging practical today, while innovating for tomorrow.
About our Founder & CEO
David Martell is the Founder and Chief Executive of Chargemaster. Passionate about cars, David came from a background in accounting before starting Trafficmaster – one of the first nationwide traffic sensing and satnav companies in 1989, which was eventually valued at £500m and floated on the stock exchange in 1994. He sold his stake in Trafficmaster after 15 years to focus on electric vehicles. He soon realised that a solid and sustainable infrastructure was going to be the key to the EV economy, and founded Chargemaster with a single aim: to provide a dependable, convenient power source for EV drivers.
The Chargemaster Group of companies employ over 200 staff all of whom are committed to providing the best possible service in the supply, installation and operation of charging points. The management team comprises some of the most experienced professionals in the charging business globally.
Non Executive Director