BP Pulse Tariffs As Of 1 December 2021

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londiniumperson
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Post by londiniumperson » Wed Nov 24, 2021 11:22 am

Here's the latest BP Pulse tariff rate as of 1/12/2021:

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Post by ZoeDave » Wed Nov 24, 2021 8:17 pm

Seems pretty reasonable to me - Even the most expensive option is unlikely to be more expensive than petrol, even in an economical ICE car.

Interesting to see that the subscription seems to only benefit pretty heavy users. I calculate that you would need at least 3 full, 0-100% charges of the e every month to break even. Given that the service is less likely to be used by Teslas and others will not always be in a place to use the network, perhaps only Taycan owners will get the benefit.

I am curious as to what '+ incl battery' is. Is it chargers where the full power can't be pulled from the grid so they store energy in batteries to supplement it?

What matters most, of course, is that the charges are available and actually work. A free charge is great, but getting home is even better!

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