PHEV Charging Tarriffs....

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Hi all,

I'm trying to get a quote that includes off peak electric charging, unfortunately due to the price cap increase i'm struggling to be able to get any quotes at the minute - Octopus just keeps saying they will have new tariffs available within 10 days. I've spoken to my supplier E-on next and they don't currently offer any EV tariffs. Is there anyone else i can try who are currently offering EV tariffs or should i hang on untill things settle down?

Many Thanks

Matt Piper

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  • pochase
    pochase Posts: 3,449 Forumite
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    The only other supplier who might even accept you as a customer is EDF, and they have discontinued their EV tariffs for new customers.

    So you are stuck with Octopus as a potential supplier who have an EV tariff and accept new customers.
  • piperm87
    piperm87 Posts: 222 Forumite
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    pochase said:
    The only other supplier who might even accept you as a customer is EDF, and they have discontinued their EV tariffs for new customers.

    So you are stuck with Octopus as a potential supplier who have an EV tariff and accept new customers.

    Thanks, i'll have to wait for them. I decided to fix with Eon last Friday on their online v20. I will be paying more to begin with but should save next year but i have free cancellation should i decide to leave at any point which helps. I need to weigh up the costs between charging the car or just using it as a pure hybrid and spending more on petrol. I travel 70 - 80 mile per day with work so its a lose lose situation really
  • MWT
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    piperm87 said:
    I need to weigh up the costs between charging the car or just using it as a pure hybrid and spending more on petrol. I travel 70 - 80 mile per day with work so its a lose lose situation really
    How big is the battery in your car, and what range does it give you?

  • piperm87
    piperm87 Posts: 222 Forumite
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    MWT said:
    piperm87 said:
    I need to weigh up the costs between charging the car or just using it as a pure hybrid and spending more on petrol. I travel 70 - 80 mile per day with work so its a lose lose situation really
    How big is the battery in your car, and what range does it give you?


    I've got a Ford Kuga, Its a 14.4KW battery but it usually takes 10-11KW per night to charge (according to the ford app). With the regeneration and me driving like the ultimate eco warrior i can usually get around 40 - 45 miles per charge.

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