Electric-vehicle owners will be thinking about how much it will cost to charge their vehicle at home now that homegrown electricity expenses are covered for the next several years.
Potential buyers of electric vehicles (EVs) may also be comparing the cost of ownership to that of a gasoline or diesel vehicle.
That being said, this is how you determine the cost of refuelling at home and the additional expenses you must pay.
think about, as well as some advice for minimising these costs. Under the new government cost cap, the highest cost of electricity is 34p per kWh.
This means that the cost to fully recharge a Flat 500e with a 37.3kWh battery would be £12.68 (for example, 34 x 37.3/100).
The cost is roughly £30.60 for a larger electric vehicle, such the Mercedes EQV with a 90kWh battery.