Query station tariff details
tariff query will provide you with the costs to use a specific charging station. It will include the charging costs and optional setup fee.
tariff query requires a tariff
id to work. This tariff
id can be found inside the attributes of a station.
The tariff ID
Frequently used fields
ISO-4217 code of the currency of this tariff.
When this field is set, a charging session with this tariff will cost at least the amount shown. This is different from a FLAT fee (start tariff, transaction fee), as a FLAT fee is a fixed amount that must be paid for any charging session. A minimum price indicates that when the cost of a charging session is lower than this amount, the cost of the session will be equal to this amount
When this field is set, a charging session with this tariff will NOT cost more than this amount
List of tariff elements
ISO-3166 alpha-2 country code of the CPO that owns this tariff
CPO ID of the CPO that owns this tariff (following the ISO-15118 standard)
Uniquely identifies the tariff within the CPO’s platform (and suboperator platforms)
Defines the type of the tariff. This allows for distinction in case of given charging preferences. When omitted, this tariff is valid for all sessions
Show OCPITariffType enum values
List of alternative tariff information texts, in multiple languages
URL to a web page that contains an explanation of the tariff information in human readable form
Time when this tariff becomes active, in UTC, time_zone field of the Location can be used to convert to local time. Typically used for a new tariff that is already given with the location, before it becomes active
Time after which this tariff is no longer valid, in UTC, time_zone field if the location can be used to convert to local time. Typically used when this tariff is going to be replaced with a different tariff in the near future
Details about the energy supplied with this tariff
Timestamp when this tariff was last updated (or created)
A response can either contain a
data or an
errors object. The response header will always return
200 as a status code.
When successful, a
data object will be returned with the
requested fields. If there are no fields present the
data object will return the operation name with the
appropriate return type. If the operation was a query, this output
will be an object of the schema’s query root type; if the operation
was a mutation, this output will be an object of the schema’s mutation
If unsuccessful, an
errors object will be returned with
more details in the
extensions object. The error object
can contain any of the following objects.
You are forbidden to execute this operation
No tariff was found with the provided ID