• I always thought that buying an electric car didn't make much sense: Where can I charge it if I live in a rented flat? But it is really easy!

    Kathi, 34 years, web designer

    I always thought that buying an electric car didn't make much sense: Where can I charge it if I live in a rented flat? But it is really easy!

    Kathi, 34 years, web designer

Uncomplicated. Contemporary. Green.

MENNEKES charging solutions for tenants.

Energy for the car via utility cost billing. 

The MENNEKES technical consultant explained what we need to do very precisely. It's quite simple: My landlady had the AMTRON charging station installed on my parking space, and had the lines laid out in such a manner that the power is tapped behind the meter of my flat. Thus the complete power consumption of my car simply appears on my utility cost billing. And since the AMTRON Basic is locked with a key, no one else can access my charging.

Mobile informed: with the MENNEKES Charge App.

The installer had a clever solution for everything: for the power cable an additional network cable was installed and connected to my router. With the MENNEKES Charge App I now have an overview of everything: energy consumption, power costs, operating status and naturally the charged energy. It showed me this morning that overnight my car was recharged with sufficient energy. And so I was able drive to work with maximum range!

Charge and manage conveniently with a card.

My girlfriend also drives an electric vehicle. However, in her case it was not possible to install the power cable behind the meter. This means that billing together with the utility costs did not work. Nevertheless, the MENNEKES consultant had a solution: The charging stations are not billed via a meter, but rather they are billed at a flat rate. This means that my girlfriend pays a small monthly surcharge for the parking place. Instead of keys, charging cards are used that the landlord simply manages with the free-of-charge app.

Although we are renting our flats we were able to effectively resolve our mobility issue – jointly with our landlord.

Kathi, 34 years, web designer