If you are on a variable rate energy tariff enabling Smart Charging allows our platform to analyse the National Grids energy demand forecasts and optimise charging of your EV. Charging in off peak hours when the demand for energy is low will help you save money on your energy bill. 

If you are on a flat rate tariff you can save money through rewards schemes with our energy supplier partners. One of our collaborators Igloo Energy are providing customers with 1,200 miles of free Smart Charging on their low rate Pioneer tariff. Find out more on that here. With more exciting deals that will reward our Smart Charging customers just around the corner.

For our early adopters you can also claim a £5 Starbucks voucher for 10 successfully completed Smart Charges.