Who we are

We are a group of engineers and programmers dedicated to creating exceptional software for the electromobility and energy industry to facilitate and accelerate process the transition to a more sustainable, fossil-free life. We are not "encumbered" by a large investor influencing our activities and expecting high financial returns. However, this is not an enthusiastic project, but a serious business for profit.

Our four goals
No.1 - Easy charging and payment
Easy To Charge and Pay

Ease of charging and payment was the first goal of our efforts, the impetus for the project. We are trying to promote this phrase as a new global for authorization-free, pay-as-you-go charging. If you see this sign, you can easily and quickly start the charging process and pay in several ways no time overrun. The complexity of the authorisation and payment process is a major drawback of electromobility and a frequent target of criticism of the transition to electromobility. We are convinced that there are more honest people, so there is no need to complicate the charging process by assuming frequent theft of electricity.

Our inspiration - Just as unmanned, self-service home-product outlets are springing up, where there is also no big theft, gas stations stations that also run out of fuel without registrations or prepayment. We believe that charging points where you plug in your vehicle can work in the same way, charging is started immediately and you pay when you're done charging, in our system up to 48 hours after charging.

Bad habit of charging for free - The locations are monitored by CCTV for safety, as the habit of driving away from the charger without paying is much more more widespread than driving away from a gas station without paying. Many EV drivers have simply become accustomed to charging for free, and there are those who enjoy finding these places where they drive excessively to take advantage of this benefit for regular customers, for example, during the shopping period. Another annoyance is the habit of free charging at Tesla Destination charger stations, where charging is or used to be often free, but not always and certainly not free charging at these stations as a condition of operation, as some visitors often believe. Tesla has never conditioned the acquisition of a charging station charging for free. It is only an option for the operator. In fact, Tesla's agreement to acquire the charging stations states that the cost of the electricity is borne by the operator, but not in the operator-customer relationship, but in Tesla's relationship with the charging station operator, i.e. the contracting parties of the signed agreement for the transfer of the charging stations.

No.2 - Charging price reduction

We often see very high prices for slow AC charging, which discourages many people from electromobility. The charging is often run by commercial corporations, which are not exactly exemplary effective deployment of modern technologies and efficient composition of costs for system operation and the companies themselves. In addition, business corporations are under pressure for high profits, constant growth. We are the exact opposite, and so we can design affordable affordable charging for corporate employees, city dwellers, apartment dwellers. But be warned, we are not an activist association, and making a reasonable profit is our motivation to work ;-)

No.3 - Simplifying charging from conventional 230V and 400V sockets
partnership project pomale-nabijeni.cz

In our UniChargePay.eu system, you can hardly tell the difference between a charging point with a socket and a charging station (wallbox). The 230V socket is thus for us the same charging point where you can charge and pay as a charging station. Many EV drivers charge their cars at home and at work from sockets, and so it was a logical step for us to allow paid charging from 230V and 400V sockets also for operators of charging points such as hotels, company car parks, apartment buildings and similar places where the car is parked for a higher number of hours, typically more than 5.

Another impulse was the fact that the 230V socket will be a frequent charging point for small electric mobility, e.g. mini cars, scooters, electric bikes, scooters.

With a conventional socket, we can thus perform similar functions as with a charging station, which is, however, a logical step that will follow a larger expansion of electric mobility andcharging stations will thus replace most of the sockets later on. The charging socket is thus primarily a more affordable option for operators to provide at least some charging capability. It is better, in our opinion, to allow charging from a 230V socket than no socket at all. charging.

No.4 - Use of electric vehicles in the energy sector

We are aware of the great potential of electromobility in the energy sector and we are constantly preparing our software to exploit this potential. These include community energy, energy sharing in general, the use of electric vehicles as a backup energy source and the great potential of electric vehicles for balancing the energy system. If we succeed in bringing these new uses of electric vehicles closer to mainstream users and provide them with an additional source of income from EV ownership, the transition to electromobility will clearly accelerate.

A related area is the use of our software to control and charge other appliances. We are thus preparing for the area of cooperation in the energy sector the integration of water heaters and other large appliances that can help share electricity or balance energy by being controlled by our system.

Join us

Help us achieve our goals. Connect your charging station or socket to our system or become a partner in our project at You will not only receive a steady, small income, but also the opportunity to influence the development of the system.

Petr Vinš, project founder UniChargePay.eu and pomale-nabijeni.cz