Ecotricity’s decision to charge £6 for a 30-minute charge could make its electricity more expensive than diesel
Last week Ecotricity announced that its public charging points for electric cars would henceforth cost £5 for a 20 minute charge. Yesterday, following customer feedback, it announced that it would instead charge £6 for a 30 minute charge.
I’m not sure what customer feedback they were reading, because everything I’ve seen in the electric car forums (I lease a Renault Zoe) has been outright anger that the charge still appears to have made electricity more expensive than diesel overnight. Charging always seemed inevitable …read more