Parking in Pembrokeshire
EV charge points in Pembrokeshire
Publically-available charge points are provided in 18 locations across the county, thanks to a partnership between Pembrokeshire County Council and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority. All locations offer ‘Fast’ electric vehicle charging and two of them (Tenby Multi Storey Car Park and Haverfordwest County Hall Car Park) offer both ‘Fast’ and ‘Rapid’ charging.
The EV charge-points are in centrally located car parks to allow users to visit local businesses and attractions whilst charging their cars.
They are situated at:
- Multi-storey, Upper Park Road, Tenby, SA70 7LT
- Town Moor, Narberth, SA67 7AB
- Gordon Street, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6DW
- Long Street, Newport, SA42 0TJ
- West Street, Fishguard, SA65 9NJ
- Charles Street, Milford Haven, SA73 2AJ
- High Street, St Dogmaels, SA43 3EA
- County Hall car park, Haverfordwest, SA61 1TP
- Quickwell Car Park, St Davids, SA62 6NT
- Mart Ground Car Park, Crymych, SA41 3QE
- High Street Car Park, Neyland, SA73 1TF
- The Parade Car Park, Pembroke, SA71 4JY
- The Parrog Car Park, Goodwick, SA64 0DE
- Brewery Meadow (Regency Hall) Car Park, Saundersfoot, SA69 9ND
- The Hoppers Car Park, Porthgain, SA62 5BN
- Millmoor Way Car Park, Broad Haven, SA62 3JH
- Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre Car Park, St. Davids, SA62 6NW
Type of charging
All Pembrokeshire County Council public electric vehicle charging is provided by Type 2 sockets with the charging cable provided by the user. Type 2 is the European standard IEC 62196 commonly referred to as Menekes.
The 'fast' chargeposts operate dynamic load management and they are capable of charging an electric vehicle within 3 to 4 hours dependent on the type and number of vehicles plugged in.
How to use the charging station
To create an account for use of the council EV chargeposts and to start a charge please go to: Dragon Charging
Charging is payable. Payment can be made via a smart phone using the web app or an RFID card can be purchased. For details see: Dragon Charging
Please note that the chargeposts are all located within existing Pay and Display car parks. The relevant Pay and Display fee will also need to be paid to cover the duration that a vehicle is parked in the car park.
There is maximum stay of 4 hours in the EV charging bays during Pay and Display operating hours.
Any profit gained by Pembrokeshire County Council from use of the EV chargepoints will be reinvested into further chargepost provision.
For further information
These electric vehicle chargepoints are provided by Pembrokeshire County Council for the benefit of residents and visitors to facilitate the transition to a low carbon future. The project was funded by Welsh Government and delivered by Silverstone Green Energy. The Dragon Charging network is a regional network also being used by our neighbouring local authorities in Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion. Your feedback is welcome, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.