E.ON and Zoom EV partner on new tariff for electric vehicle owners

Customer signing up for Next Drive pricing will receive various benefits, including  12-month complimentary subscription to the automotive platform.

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Among other things, this will entitle those signing up to savings on public charge points and E.ON home charging, nationwide parking access, vehicle maintenance and accessories.

The campaign is aimed at persuading more people to join E.ON, currently the UK’s biggest renewable energy company, and facilitate greater numbers transitioning to electric vehicles. 

The Next Drive tariff offers a reduced charging rate of 6.9p per kWh between 12am and 7AM, a fixed energy prices for one year and no exit fees. 

‘At E.ON Next, we’re always looking for innovative ways to help our customers consider more sustainable options – and the way we travel is a key part of that. I’m proud that we’re delivering for our customers and being a ‘playmaker’ by taking positive action to help our customers become more sustainable,’ said Julian Lennertz, Chief Operating Officer atE.ON Next.

‘The future of driving is electric, and that’s why we already offer an incredibly competitive tariff designed specifically for EV drivers, which offers one of the longest off-peak periods available today,’ they continued. ‘And now, by partnering Zoom EV we’re able to make drivers’ EV experiences even more affordable and more rewarding. Together with our customers and our partners, we’re creating a new energy world and making the decarbonisation of driving an effortless, accessible and affordable option for all.’

Last month Believ launched a series of local authority pledge cards in a bid to raise awareness and generate support for more electric vehicle infrastructure.

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