We love electric vehicles and we realised that we tend to do most of our charging at home, not on the road.
Because of this we created a tariff designed to make charging your EV more affordable.
If you're anything like us then this tariff has been designed with you in mind.
This is as good for the environment as it is for your pocket, saving you £60 a year when compared to the Big Six.
Drive 2,251 miles for free! 
Enough to drive your EV from London to Aberdeen (home of first EV) and back... twice!
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How to switch to our EV tariff?
Call us on
0800 254 0002
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EV Driver's Tariff
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How did we work this out?
First we looked at our customers who are EV drivers and we noticed they used more energy than average.
Actually, the average EV household used around 5,500 units of electricity a year, compared to 3,100 units.
We wanted a tariff that rewards EV drivers, so we focused on providing a better rate for high use.
The maths behind this tariff
 Save £60 when you switch - quite simply, this is worked out on the usage of 5,500 units of electricity compared to the Big Six Suppliers:
British Gas, SSE, Scottish Power, Eon, EDF Energy and NPower.
We compared against their Standard Vairable Tariff for electricity only, on profile 1, monthly direct debit.
Calculated on 01/06/2017.
Drive 2,251miles for free
The £60 saving worked out above would buy you 435.82 units of electricity.
Or, enough to fully charge a Nissan Leaf 18.15 times from empty, giving you a range of 124 miles each time. These two numbers together mean you get 2,251 miles for free.
Another way of thinking about it is that you’ll get over a fortnight’s worth of free home charging.
We've worked out how far you could drive in other EVs in the PDF below
*https://www.nissan.co.uk/vehicles/new-vehicles/leaf.html Average unit rate (13.767/pkWh), based on a profile 1 meter. £60 gives 435.82kwh (60 / 0.13767 = 435.82kWh) (435.82kWh x 124 miles) / 24 kWh= 2,251 miles
Price comparison for other popular EVs. pdf
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