The British company L-Charge is launching its commercial operation of the world’s first mobile, ultra-fast, off-grid EV-charging service in Amsterdam. The main feature of the service is that the charger could be called up as a taxi service and charge an EV in any place on demand. The company will also consider investing in the city’s charging infrastructure in the near future.The Dutch infrastructure for the supply of electric energy is of the highest quality and of superior performance. The infrastructure for charging electric vehicles is well organised. Private and public parties have created an open and competitive market model for the development of the EV charging infrastructure. The Netherlands has made national agreements on interoperability, corresponding to European standards. Many charging systems in use in the Netherlands have been interoperable since the beginning of 2011. Since then, the number of public charging points has grown to almost 100,000 at the end of April 2022.L-Charge is a global company that develops and produces unique multifuel, off-grid EV charge points that are powered by LNG, hydrogen or a mixture of both. Their mobile charging van incorporates a mini-power station onboard that uses clean fuels to produce electricity, allowing it to roam freely around the city and be called when needed via the app, in the same manner as a taxi. It is also possible to book and assign the mobile charging van to a convenient location. The mobile charging van provides super-fast charging – from 0% to 80% in 15-25 minutes.