Ohme reveals how EV drivers are being paid to charge their cars

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The Ohme charger integrates with Octopus' time of use tariff to offer cheap, or free, charging | Credit: Ohme
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The Ohme charger integrates with Octopus' time of use tariff to offer cheap, or free, charging | Credit: Ohme

Blustery weather saw electric vehicle owners paid up to £5 to charge their cars to use excess wind electricity

The windy weather earlier this month was good news for a number of electric vehicle (EV) drivers, who were paid to use excess power generated by turbines to recharge their cars. Charger manufacturer Ohme...

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