Our APIs are available in our developer portal. There's no need to sign up for an account – you can download our specifications directly from the portal.

Interested in Everon APIs?

Contact sales or your customer success representative to find out more about getting access to our APIs and the best solutions for your needs.


To use our APIs, you need:

  • An Everon tenant environment. Your tenant environment contains all accounts and assets in your system, and therefore acts as your database.
  • System user access to your tenant with an appropriate role. Your user role determines which data you're allowed to access. We recommend the tenant admin role.
  • Client credentials that contain the scopes for which you need access. Client credentials are needed to generate API access tokens for authenticating API calls.

Everon tenants are usually charging service providers (CSPs) that sell stations, cards, and e-mobility services to customers. Their customers create accounts and activate their assets in the platform.

In some cases, Everon tenants operate their own assets, and use their tenant environment to manage them online. For example, municipalities, utility companies, or parking operators. If this is how you intend to use your tenant environment, you must create an account in your platform to activate your assets.


Access to our APIs is restricted by scopes. Scopes are included in your client credentials.


Gives you access to accounts, subscriptions, and transactions data, enabling you to manage your invoicing.



Gives you access to public and roaming station data and enables you to charge remotely.


private_stations_read gives you access to your tenant's private stations as well.

Station capabilities

Gives you access to station configurations to request their capabilities, enabling you to configure settings and perform remote actions.


Station lifecycle

Gives you access to station data and enables you to manage their lifecycle.



Gives you access to tokens data and enables you to manage the lifecycle of virtual and physical charging tokens.