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I noticed some Osprey chargers (formerly known as Engenie) appearing in the WeConnectID map when filtering for WeCharge, so I emailed them to check - they replied confirming that they do accept the WeCharge card. There’s a fair number of them around the country, often in Marston’s pub car parks - bu...
A 13A charging cable should give 3kW, which will add about 5% per hour. If you charge for 7 hours overnight that should refill just over 1/3 of battery capacity, say from 45% to 80%, good for 60-70 miles.
I don’t think that makes any difference. The main recommendations are to only charge above 80% if you’re about to go on a long journey, and don’t do all your charging at rapid DC chargers.
- Sat Oct 10, 2020 2:19 pm
- Forum: Off-Topic Chat
- Topic: £90 credit to energy bill with Octopus
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Volkswagen Electric Vehicle customers who switch a dual fuel home energy supply or have an existing dual fuel supply with Octopus Energy will be eligible for a £90 credit to their energy bill - see https://www.volkswagen.co.uk/electric/partnerships/octopus-energy I also have an affiliate link, for a...
I have one, but I haven’t used it yet. There aren’t many Ionity chargers in the UK, and several of them are currently free to anyone, no need to use a card at all - but these are typically throttled to around 35kw max. (I have used the chargers at Baldock and Boxworth near Cambridge, and I understan...