Motorists who choose EV chargers that are not solar-compatible could face £1,000 bill, myenergi warns

With the transition to electrification continuing at pace and solar PV installations soaring, myenergi is warning motorists that failing to fit solar-compatible electric vehicle (EV) chargers on homes that have or could have solar panels in the future is a false economy – and it could cost them around £1,000 to replace with a compatible charger in the future. 

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The used EV market

In this article, Tom Callow, head of external affairs at myenergi, explains why second-hand EVs are a great option for savvy motorists. Alongside busting myths surrounding battery degradation and range, he selects five reliable models that consumers can purchase today for less than the average national used car price.

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The Electric Road to COP26 showcases UK companies leading the green industrial revolution

Representatives of Electric Vehicle Drivers’ Associations from a range of European countries will be heading to the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow to support the call for much faster transport decarbonisation globally fuelled by renewable energy.

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