Simplify the management of your shared charging points

Simplify your transition to electric mobility & offer your colleagues a real reservation interface to guarantee everyone access to charging points.


A web and mobile application to help companies,
public bodies and universities move towards electric mobility.

Facilitate access to charging points

Remove a major obstacle to adopting an electric vehicle, such as a plug-in hybrid, by installing shared charging points in your company parking lot.

Complying with regulations

Since June 1, 2022, non-residential buildings with more than ten parking spaces must install a charging point and cable pathways for 20% of the spaces.

Keep an eye on the availability rate

Enjoy a dashboard with all the recharging data of your colleagues in order to track the consumption and the status of your charging points in real time.

Promote well-being and QWL

Enhance the employee experience: no need for them to stop at the gas station, as their battery can be charged during their workday.

How does Sharvy simplify the management of charging points ?


1. Set up your Sharvy space

  Definition of parking spaces and their types.

  Creation of a dynamic map of the parking lot.

  Definition of priority rules and management specificities, etc.

  Import and profiling of users, then import of charging points into Sharvy.

   Integration with your third-party solutions (HRIS, access control, charging stations).

2. Allow your teams to reserve a space with a charging point.

  Release of spaces by users on days when they are not using them.

  Request to reserve a space with a charging point.

  Automatic allocation of spaces by our fair algorithm.

  Sending notifications via email and through the mobile app.


3. Control and secure access to your charging points.

  Authorize access to a charging point only for individuals with a reservation via the app or an RFID badge.

  Connection to your existing parking access control system (RFID readers and badges, license plate recognition cameras, etc).

  Connect to your HRIS software to enjoy a fully personalized experience and to refine control of attendance and access.

4. Supervise the use of your charging points.

  Dashboards and monitoring of charging point availability rates.

  Real-time view of the status of charging points.

  Alerts in case of a charging point malfunction.

  Billing and payment for charging via the app.

  History of user activity and consumption (list of recharges, date, duration, users, energy charged).


Do you want to install & manage electric charging points in
your parking & benefit from a solution to manage their sharing?

 2 possible scenarios with the Sharvy application


Sharvy can control charging points already installed in your parking lot.

| Benefits

Start, stop and track (in real time) the charge from Sharvy.

No need for another badge (digitisation of processes).

Booking of a charging point identified by your colleagues via Sharvy.

History of recharges made through the Sharvy app.

Payment for the charging session through Sharvy by your colleagues.


A more comprehensive project with advice & supply of charging points.

| Benefits

Selected models of charging stations, quality and at an affordable price.
Ordering of charging stations & installation by an OZEV certified electrician.
Start, stop and monitor (in real time) the charge from Sharvy.
History of recharges made through the Sharvy app.
Payment for the charging session through Sharvy by your employees.

Integrations with electric mobility providers to enhance the user experience

Sharvy is an authorized reseller of Go-e charging stations and can interface with other market players using the OCPP 1.6 protocol. Contact us to discuss!


Have a look at this office parking application and discover all the features regarding charging points.

Hundreds of companies use Sharvy, why shouldn’t you?


Frequently asked questions

How to ensure that the person who booked a charging point can charge?

From the Sharvy app, your colleagues can plan their on-site days by declaring their presence and booking a parking space equipped with a charging point. Once on-site, they just need to park in the reserved space and start/stop the charging (remotely) from the app.

However, if a colleague parks in a space reserved by another colleague, they will not be able to unlock the charging point and recharge their vehicle. Therefore, colleagues who have not reserved a space with a charging point have no incentive to park in these spaces.

How does the payment for charging sessions work from the Sharvy app?

The payment for charging can be made either by the company or directly by the employee through the Sharvy app. If the latter option is preferred, a dedicated STRIPE account is created to collect payments and send invoices for the charging sessions.

The necessary information to provide includes the company’s legal details, the responsible person’s information, and the IBAN of the account that will receive the payments. Users without access to charging through their company only need to add their bank card directly to their STRIPE account. Once the charging session is complete, Sharvy generates a payment via STRIPE and sends an invoice. The collected amounts, minus fees, are transferred to the client’s IBAN account.

Keep in mind that your fleet managers also benefit from a daily list of completed charges, charge details (users, duration, energy supplied & kWh), and an Excel export of the data if needed. This way, they can easily supervise the use of the charging points and obtain various data to facilitate subsequent pricing.

How to determine the pricing for the electricity consumed?

If you wish to recharge the cost of electricity to your employees, it is essential to define your billing model. There are several models, each with its advantages and disadvantages.

Time-based billing: This model is beneficial for companies with a limited number of charging points relative to the number of employees. It encourages employees to free up the charging point quickly once their vehicle is charged. However, this model is the least equitable due to the different vehicle models of your employees. Vehicles with slower charging times (such as plug-in hybrids) are penalized.

kWh-based billing: This model seems the fairest for all employees and suits any type of company. The company charges an equivalent related to kWh (as it is legally prohibited to charge directly per kWh), which includes the use of the charging point, kWh, and parking. This model offers more transparency to the fleet manager, who can easily evaluate the financial added value of each charging point compared to energy costs. However, unlike time-based billing, this model does not incentivise employees to free up the space quickly.

Flat-rate billing: In this case, you define a fixed price for a recharge. You can set this price arbitrarily, for example, by offering a monthly subscription to your employees. However, this model is disconnected from actual consumption and does not account for days when your employees are absent.

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