Charge my city is our campaign to bring easy charging to you

As a private investor, you have the chance to get involved in the Mobility Transition by investing in JOLT’s ChargeMyCity campaign

This is our campaign to install our Merlin family of chargers in major cities, starting in Germany

Merlin chargers are ultra-fast, meaning they can charge your car up to 100 km in 5 minutes

The chargers will be installed at ESSO service stations in major German cities



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You can make a difference

E-mobility is now reality, but there will likely be a huge shortage of charging options in the next few years

For this reason, JOLT plans to install thousands of chargers in dozens of cities

Everyone can invest in a charger. The more investments we receive, the more chargers we can install

Our commitment is to invest your funds directly in the procurement and installation of Merlin chargers, which are designed and manufactured in Germany

The investment process is completely transparent and you can view our progress directly on our website

our Merlin chargers make your life easier and help the Environment

Our chargers will be installed near where you are, at convenient locations in major cities

You will be able to charge your weekly driving needs in 15-20 minutes, while shopping or enjoying a coffee

Investing in these chargers supports our sustainability mandate, which is to enable e-mobility and thereby help clean the city air through CO2 reduction

Each charger saves as much as 50,000 kg of CO2 annually, depending on utilisation

Four steps to buying Merlin Bonds

1. Click on the button below to register on our funding platform –  this takes a few minutes and please note that some questions are indeed optional

2. Choose how many Merlin Bonds you wish to order. You can buy up to 250 bonds – they cost €100 each

3. Every December, we will pay you 6% interest on your Merlin Bonds and return your original investment in December 2026

4. Merlin Bonds are approved by the German Financial Services regulator (BAFIN)