I'm on the Octopus GO May 2021 v1 tariff which is ending in September, I've just had an email from Octopus giving me the rates to renew for a year or go onto a variable rate. As I'm sure many of you are aware, it's quite a jump, I'm just trying to get a feel of what people are paying and...
My current fixed tariff is soon to come to an end so I’m looking at moving over to Octopus to join an EV specific tariff moving forward.
I’ve got a SEAT Leon PHEV and a Wallbox Pulsar Plus charger. Does anyone know if I’ll be able to use the Intelligent Octopus tariff?
Is it worth doing any of these?
Static time-of-use energy tariffs
Different price bands for electricity throughout the day
Dependent on the time of day, day of the week, or season
Higher rates are applied when demand for electricity is greater
In some cases, installation of a smart electricity...
The new network of Révéo T2 charge points in the south of France offers both subscription (€1 per month) and occasional use tariffs. After a connection fee (€1,50 for subscribers, €3 for occasional users), charging for the first hour or between 2100 and 0700 is free.
An interesting way of...
I just switched to Extrarnergy who have 9.3 ppkwh all day with a standing charge of 57ppd.. overall it's the cheapest even though I have ECO 7.. r there any cheaper deals out there? Sorry I'm not concerned-- and will not pay lots extra for-- only green..
I'm George from POD Point and I help UK attractions install charging stations for visitors.
I'm on a mission to make sure all major attractions have sufficient EV charging infrastructure; enabling you to visit and return to a fully charged car after your day out.
It's important to...
I used a Chargepoint Genie rapid yesterday, that was supposed to charge £1.80 + £0.30/kWh, and I was undercharged. It only charged me a connection fee of £0.60 (and the expected £0.30/kWh)
I double checked the signage and the map, after the receipt came through, I thought it was a pleasant...
First of all a massive thanks to the existence of this forum, Im taking my first steps into the world of EV/PHEV Ive got a BMW 330e (Which I know some think are evil!) but its a start and for my usage it makes sense as I can get to work and back on a charge (Ive tested one for two weeks)...
and it's not cheap.
Monthly subscription fee: £4
pay-as-you-go 3.6p per minute = £0.32/kWh if you have a 6.6kW charger, or £0.64/kWh if you have a 3.3kW charger.
not clear if 'pay as you go' means for non-members, or whether scheme members still have to pay for the per-minute...