Convenient access to charging is an important enabler of going electric, and the good news is it’s getting easier all the time. Here’s what you need to know to help get set up at home, and keep pace with the UK’s myriad public networks.
Getting Started: An Introduction to Home Charging
Installing a home charging point is an important first step towards an easier life with an electric vehicle. Already a routine job, there are hundreds of different units to choose from and contractors nationwide who can get you up and running within hours, supported by grant funding from the UK Government. Click here to find out what’s available, what you need to consider, and what to expect from the installation itself.
Getting Started: The Basics of Public Charging
Charging your electric vehicle on the road doesn’t have to be difficult. The UK has thousands of chargepoints strategically located alongside major routes and at destinations the length and breadth of the country, providing convenient top-ups wherever you stop. With ever-greater speeds, simpler access and coverage improving all the time, we’ve addressed the most frequently asked questions about public charging in our step-by-step guide.
How much does an electric vehicle cost per mile?
Range has provided an easy way to differentiate between electric vehicles, but it doesn’t necessarily relate to energy efficiency or ‘fuel’ costs per mile. We’ve unpicked the new jargon to help you understand what it costs to charge an electric vehicles, the differences between popular models, and how they compare to their petrol or diesel counterparts. Click here to find out more.
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Public Charging Networks
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Six EV Charging Tips
Driving an electric vehicle (EV) is certainly a little different from driving a vehicle with an internal combustion engine (ICE). We’ve put together six simple tips to help EV drivers to connect with their EVs – and with fellow EV drivers – even more successfully
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