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Electric Highway is increasing its charging costs

Charging at Electric Highway is going to cost more as Ecotricity continues to invest in its charging infrastructure.

Each kWh will now cost 39p, up from 30p, a hefty 30% increase. Still way cheaper than filling up with petrol or DERV but a huge premium to the cost of electricity generated from your business’ roof; solar PV generates electricity at a unitised cost of around 5p per kWh; charge your car during daylight hours and enjoy the cheapest motoring.

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