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Arrow downWhat does it cost to charge an electric vehicle?

On average it costs £2 - £4 to charge an EV. This depends on where you charge your vehicle. In a public area, the cost is determined by the Charge Point Operator. The LeasePlan EV package comes with a POLAR network subscription and 80% of their sites are free to charge. Other providers may have a joining fee or connection fee, plus the price per kWh. You can see all the charging points at

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