To render stations on a map, you need to add a set of filters to the tile request. These filters are sent as query parameters and must be appended after ?.

The tile service will only return results once a combination of powers and connectors are applied.


Below you can find an overview of possible filters you can apply.


  • power int

    Deprecated in favor of powers.

  • powers all || [number]

    Determines the powers of the stations that will be included in the tiles. This can be all (powers=all) for all powers or a list of kWh values for individual powers. For kWh values, you can send a numeric array with the specific powers you would like to return, powers[]=22&powers[]=43&powers[]=50.

  • powerGroups object StationSpeedType

    Determines the speed groups of powers that will be included in the tiles. We have grouped all available powers into three speed groups (slow, fast or turbo), you can send an array (powerGroups[]=slow &powerGroups[]=fast &powerGroups[]=turbo). Note: You can't mix powerGroups with powers=all. You can mix powerGroups with individual powers powerGroups[]=fast&powers[]=22 (for this specific example we will consider both, stations which are fast and stations that are 22 kWh).

  • connectors object OCPIConnectorType

    Determine the connector standards that will be included in the tiles. You can send an array with the connectors[]=CHADEMO&connectors[]=IEC_62196_T2_COMBO, etc.

  • amenities [string]

    An optional list of amenities that should be present near the stations. Possible values: hotel, shopping, bathroom, supermarket, playground, pharmacy, museum, coffee, park, restaurant.

  • availableOnly boolean

    An optional flag that will return only available (status: free) stations.

  • preferredOperator boolean

    An optional flag that will filter stations by a pre-defined preferred operator.

  • Count

    You can request the number of displayed stations on the map by using the following API endpoint. If you applied any filters you will need to apply them to the count endpoint as well to make sure you receive the correct count.

    Tile Service / Count Endpoint[]=22&powers[]=43&connectors[]=CHADEMO&connectors[]=IEC_62196_T2_COMBO&amenities[]=restaurant&availableOnly=true

    It will return a response that looks like this:

    Tile Service / Count Endpoint
    {    "count": 158}