Electric taxi and van firm LEVC has partnered with nationwide charge point provider BP Pulse on a free year-long charge deal.
The deal between the two firms will see LEVC (London Electric Vehicle Company) offer free charging for one year, upon purchase of its new electric van, VN5.
The bp pulse charging network features more than 8,000 pulse point charge points across the United Kingdom. New customers can claim the offer with proof of their VN5 purchase and will receive an access card that activates any charge point on bp pulse’s extensive network.
VN5 uses the company’s eCity range-extender to achieve a zero emissions pure EV range of over 60 miles (98 km) and a total flexible range of 304 miles. 50kW DC charging capability means the VN5 can achieve 100% charge in 30 minutes. It has two charge points on either side of the front grille, for ease of connecting cables in the charging location.
Leighton King, LEVC commercial director, said: “Offering UK customers free charging for one year provides an added incentive to encourage van drivers to ditch the diesel and switch to a cleaner, smarter choice.”
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