The UK-based energy company EDF Energy has announced a new EV tariff following the decision to ban sales of petrol and diesel vehicles in the UK from 2030. According to the company, the zero-carbon renewable GoElectric 35 tariff offers the cheapest off-peak rate on the market.
With a pricing model of 4.5p/kWh EDF hopes to undercut the competition with their GoElectric 35 tariff, as long as customers charge during off-peak hours. This is designed to help the transport transition set for 2030, when the British government had banned sales of new gasoline and diesel vehicles.
Further, EDF Energy is also providing EV leasing deals, as well as a deal on home chargers. As the company communicated: “drivers can even lease an electric vehicle through EDF from as little as £170 a month for a Škoda CITIGOe iV, or buy an EV smart home charger – making it even easier to make the switch to an EV.”
Additional tariffs are also available for those with different needs: The GoElectric single rate offers one fixed price day or night, so customers can charge their car at any time of day. The GoElectric 98 tariff which offers 98 hours of off-peak electricity per week at 9p/kWh per week, for those who require more charging for their electric vehicle needs.
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