Electric cars - parking and charging
Parking and charging your electric car at NTNU.
Norsk versjon: Elbil - parkering og lading
As of 01.01.2018, all employees and students who park their electric car at NTNU in Trondheim must register the car in the car number database in order to park for free at parking lots reserved for employees at NTNU. Visitors using a electric car must pay visitor parking charge.
Employees and students do not need to activate a ticket in the Apcoa Flow app, but the registration in the car number database will appear in the Apcoa Parking control tool. If you have not registered your electric car and have not paid a visit rate, you will be given at parking fine.
You can also leave your electric car free at all charging stations, except on the Gløshaugen plateau and at Dragvoll building 1, where you have to pay a visitor parking charge.
Parking your electric car #
You can park for free at all places in NTNU's areas, except on the Gløshaugen plateau (Zone A and B) and at MC and HC places.
If you have an electric car wishing to park on the Gløshaugen plateau, you must use the zone "NTNU Besøkende" in the app and pay the visitor parking charge.
There is no time limit for parking of electric cars.
On-site parking with electric car on the Gløshaugen plateau #
Employees and students who have been granted on-site parking at Gløshaugen (zones A and B) must also register the car number in the car number database. This, plus a valid permit granted by the HR and HMS department, must be in place to allow you to park for free on Gløshaugen.
Charging your electric car #
At NTNUs parking areas, all rechargeable motor cars (motor vehicles fully or partly powered by electric motor) have the opportunity to charge, but only electric vehicles (with EV, EK and EL signs) owned by employees or students can park for free on sites reserved for employees and students. Other rechargeable motor vehicles (hybrid cars) pay a parking charge.
There are no time limits for parking spaces with parking facilities at NTNU. Nevertheless, you should move your electric car to an ordinary car park when it is ready to let others who need to charge their electric car.
NTNU may introduce time limits on charging stations if capacity problems occur at charging stations. Another option is to introduce a fee for charging of electric cars.
For hybrid cars charging is included in the parking fee.
Questions about electric car and parking: Contact Custodial Service