Do you need to replenish your energy? We have 122 charging points in the center of Umeå where you can charge your electric car. Take a walk or visit one of Umeå’s downtown activities while we charge your car.
We charge for a fossil-free Umeå
We want to make Umeå accessible to you and your electric car, therefore we create opportunities to live, visit and work in central Umeå in a sustainable way. The green transition within the vehicle fleet is important for a reduced climate impact but also for a future green Umeå.
Where can I charge my car?
We have a total of 122 public charging points which are scattered in Nanna parking garage , Järnvägsallén parking garage and Navet parking garage. When you charge your electric car at Upab, you primarily pay for the parking, then an additional service is added where the price is based on the electricity price, installation costs and maintenance for the charging point. We guarantee an output of at least 3.7 kW and a maximum of 11 kW depending on how many charging points are used in the parking facility.
How do i pay?
At the facilities where we have charging points, you pay for parking and charging. The charge has a special zone code, and it includes the parking fee and the electricity. You do not need to pay for the electricity separately. Keep an eye out for the zone code that applies to the place where you park, start your parking and charging with Parkster or EasyPark. If you are interested in renting a parking subscription with charging included, there is an additional cost.
In order to continue expanding our charging infrastructure in a sustainable way, it is required that we reduce the load on the electricity grid. To reduce the load, we use something called load balancing, which means that the effect on our charging points can vary. We guarantee an output of at least 3.7 kW and a maximum of 11 kW depending on how many charging points are used in the parking facility. In this way, we do not burden the electricity grid with high power peaks. Also remember that your car may have limitations on how much electricity it can receive. Contact your car supplier to find out if your vehicle has any restrictions.