Parking for electric cars and plug-in hybrids at Stockholm Arlanda
At Stockholm Arlanda, there are almost 100 parking spaces equipped with charging posts for electric cars and plug-in hybrids. The charging posts are part of Stockholm Arlanda’s work to limit carbon dioxide emissions. You’ll find information here about where they are located, what it costs to park and other things it may be good to keep in mind when you charge your car at Stockholm Arlanda.
All power is environmentally certified “green” electricity and is free. You park wherever there is a parking space specially marked with a sign for electric vehicles. For prices – see list of regular prices to the right.
You’ll find charging posts for electric cars and plug-in hybrids here:
- The Terminal 5 hourly parking facility
- The P53 multi-storey parking facility next to Terminal 5
- Below Terminal 2 (P1251)
- The hourly parking facility outside Terminal 4
- The P41 multi-storey parking facility next to Terminal 4
- The Arlanda Beta long-term parking facility
- P51 indoor car park, Level 3 by Terminals 4 and 5 (10 electric charging points).
Useful things to know about charging your car
To charge your car in the P53 multi-storey parking facility, a Type 2 plug is required. If your car does not have a Type 2 plug, then you must have an adapter to charge your car. For further information about this and what type of plug you have, contact your car dealer.
The electrical sockets at Stockholm Arlanda are standard sockets: 230 VAC with a maximum current of 16A.
A passenger car takes 6 to 8 hours to fully recharge.