Query station operators

Charge stations are often exploited by various operators. To get an overview of the operators in your station database you can use the operatorList query. All operator details are available for you to query. Keeping the number of attributes as low as possible will improve performance.


The entire list of operators can be accessed using the operatorList query, along with the attributes you would like to receive. Optionally you can use pagination and filters to improve your results.


To filter your operator list you can use the query argument. You can then use name, id, external_id or country to specify how you want to filter the list.


  • query OperatorList

    Deprecated: Replaced by filter & search params

  • filter OperatorListFilter

    Filter operators by parameters

  • size int

    Number of elements (count) to return, default: 10

  • page int

    Page number to return, default: 0

  • Frequently used fields

  • id id

    Unique operator ID

  • name string

    Name of an operator

  • website string

    Link to an operator’s website

  • Other fields

  • external_id string

    External ID of an operator provided by the operator data source

  • country string

    Deprecated: Not used anymore, please use countries property instead

  • countries list [CountryCodeAlpha2]

    ISO-3166 alpha-2 country codes an operator is active in.

  • contact object Contact

    Contact information

  • ranking int

    Ranking level on which the operator is placed or null in case the operator is not on any ranking level

  • excluded boolean

    Flag which indicates if the operator is in the excluded list

  • Response

    If successful, the HTTP status code in the response header is 200 and the response body contains the attributes you requested.

    If unsuccessful, the header status code is an error code and the response body contains an error response object. The error response object can be any of the ones below.

    Errors & warnings

    • Error

      You are forbidden to execute this operation

    • Error

      Operator ranking filter contains duplicate values: $DUPLICATES

    • Error

      Operator ranking filter contains values which are not allowed: $INVALIDVALUES. Valid values from 1 till 10

    • Error

      Page must be an INT value higher than 0

    • Error

      Size must be an INT value between 1 and 1000