Reliable EV Charger for Your Home

Saves you money and looks damn good

Up to 22 kW
Charging power
Works with almost all EVs
& plug-ins
Solar Integration
& V2G readiness
Automatic Phase Switching
Lights won't dim
4G (eSIM), Ethernet, Wifi, Bluetooth
Save up to 90%
Market price-based charging

Reliable and hassle-free

Our charger is the first charger that can give you access to all of the electricity in the grid. No limits, no surprises, you just need to add the VOOL LMC. No charging disruptions or half-empty batteries in the morning. Everything works; everything pairs with all electric car plugs. Both plug and socket solutions.


Saves you money

The VOOL App monitors the market prices across Europe and charges your car when it's cheapest. That way you can save up to 90% on your electric car charging costs. Tell us at what time you want your car to be charged, and at what level. The VOOL App will take care of the rest.

If you are the curious one, you can see the electricity prices for the next 24 hours as well as your entire charging history.

Beautiful design that fits anywhere

What motivated us to design a beautiful EV charger? All the ugly stuff.

The VOOL Charger is easy on the eye. It’s got a rugged interior, but a dreamy exterior. Tasteful, timeless, and fit for any environment - choose your material for the exchangeable front panel. Metal, plastic or wood.

Beauty is power.


Yes, your house has enough grid for VOOL Charger

VOOL Chargers and our LMC provide automatic phase switching and load management to access the full existing grid capacity. You really need an electricity connection - the age, shape and size of the home don’t matter.

If solar panels are installed, the VOOL LMC will monitor the production and will use that for EV charging.

How to install?

Although VOOL Chargers have easy modular installation, we always strongly recommend to hire a certified expert who can handle the installation for you.

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EU funding
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 190136402. This publication reflects only the author’s views and the European Union is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.