Good Energy to launch 'time-of-use' energy tariff for electric vehicle drivers

Michael Holder
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Time-of-use energy tariffs are becoming increasingly popular as electric vehicle sales surge in the UK
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Time-of-use energy tariffs are becoming increasingly popular as electric vehicle sales surge in the UK

Green energy supplier claims its new tariff will offer a longer off-peak charging window than others on the UK market

Good Energy is gearing up to launch its first 'time-of-use' consumer energy tariff next year aimed at electric vehicle (EV) drivers, enabling them to charge up their cars at times of lowest demand on the...

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