Find out how much it costs to charge your EV at home with the UK’s most ‘EV Friendly’ energy suppliers with the simple calculator below.
The calculator also allows for a custom tariff and calculates home use. Standing charges are factored into the calculation.
Regardless of which energy supplier you decide to sign up with, the process is now very simple, so don’t be afraid to get a better deal! At the worst, you will just be called by your existing supplier, asking you to reconsider (3 missed calls from Bulb for me).
* EDF GoElectric 98 also has the special rate all weekend, 10 hours is based on weekday usage, Octopus Go Faster is currently an invite only Beta
Assumptions are based on the cost of a full charge (finishing battery % + 6.5% charge loss)
Some providers will require you to have a smart meter to use these tariffs
The total cost to charge assumes you took full advantage of special rate hours Avg UK Cost = 9kWh (avg UK household useage is = 8-10 kWh) * standard rate + standing charge – this will differ for your house size / usage
Range figures (to calculate cost per mile) taken from https://teslike.com/range/ and https://ev-database.uk/
Assumes your wall box gets 7 kWh and the 3 pin charger achieves the maximum 2.3 kWh
This does not constitue as financial advice, you must consider all aspects of your energy use, not just how much it costs to charge your Electric Vehicle. Don’t be tempted to sacrifice your day rate for the cheapest possible overnight charging
*Tariff details accurate as of 06/06/2021. Prices based on SG postcode – prices may vary depending on location*