ev.energy to also donate up to £15,000 to the Fuel Bank Foundation as a result of smart charging in October
LONDON, UK – ev.energy, the electric vehicle (EV) software specialist, has launched its ‘Power in Action’ incentive, designed to help people save money on their energy bills.
The organisation has expanded its rewards programme this October to allow users to:
ev.energy’s new incentive comes at a time when the rise in energy prices is hitting people across the country hard. It is predicted that many small businesses are likely to go bust, and that thousands of households will experience energy poverty. This is why ev.energy will also donate £1 to the Fuel Bank Foundation for every smart charging user it has in October.
Nick Woolley, CEO at ev.energy, comments: “Today, ev.energy is announcing the Power in Action initiative. We are going to give every EV driver who manages their charging with ev.energy money off their energy bills. Drivers can choose whether they want to save on their own energy bill or donate to someone in need with our claim, gift, or donate options. EVs save drivers money, and we want them to do more for the grid and society”.
If all 70,000 ev.energy users smart charge for the month of October and make the minimum reward claim of £5 then that would equal £350,000 in energy bill savings or donations in October alone. Against the backdrop of volatile energy markets, energy insecurity and carbon outputs, a renewable, flexible energy system is the obvious solution.
Nick continues: “Our goal is to get our drivers to plug in to better. We are urging people to look beyond the headlines and think about what a clean and secure energy future could be. We need to electrify everything as fast as possible and help balance the grid.”
For more information about the incentive, visit https://ev.energy/blog/power-in-action-energy-bill-rewards/
ev.energy’s mission is simple: to make EV charging easier, greener, and cheaper. Our software intelligently manages EV charging on behalf of utilities for over 70,000 drivers worldwide. Operating in the US, UK, Europe and Australia, ev.energy offers a software platform that directly manages charging with a growing list of home chargers and vehicles.