Octopus drops the price of its EV tariffs.
When you drive electric it’s really important to get a good EV tariff if you can charge your electric vehicle (EV) at home. However, over the last 18 months, there has been a very steady increase with off-peak rates going from 5p per kWh to 12p per kWh.
Today for the first time in 2 years Octopus has lowered the price of both of its EV tariffs. Both Octopus Go and the intelligent tariff have seen a price decrease of around 20%. Hopefully, this means there is light at the end of the tunnel and we can hope for the return of cheaper fixed rates across the board this summer.
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The day rate for both EV tariffs has also gone down slightly but it does depend on your geographical location.