Charging stations for electric cars
The University has several charging stations for electric cars. Students and employees can use these free of charge.
Charging stations at Blindern
- There are six spots on the south side of the Physics building, along its eastern wing.
- There are two spots in front of Villa Eika
- There are another two spots in the front yard of Kristian Ottosens house ("Lavblokka")
- There are four spots in the parking lot to the west of the HF-buildings
Charging stations at Gaustad and Sentrum
- There are two spots at Gaustad by Domus Medica
- There are six spots in the parking garage for Ole-Johan Dahl's house
- There are two spots in Sentrum, in the backyard of Frederiks gate 3
How to use the charging stations
- The charging stations are locked. You get the key for the outlet by contacting the Technical Department's operations office for the area to which the parking spot belongs. You must show your student or employee card and sign for the key.
- The spots display signs marking them as "Reserved parking for electric cars being charged".
- The spots can only be used by plated electric cars that are being charged. They are not meant to be reserved parking for electric cars. Any other parking is subject to the regular inspection fee.
- It is a prerequisite that the vehicle has a valid parking permit for UiO.
The charging stations are a contribution to environmental protection efforts. The service is meant to reach as many owners of electric cars as possible. We encourage users of these stations to only use them as necessary.