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Arrow downCan I get compensation for the electricity I charge at home?

It depends on the fuel model your employer has chosen.

Complement rule: Applies to those who have fuel benefit. We read the amount of electricity your charging station has consumed and will reimburse you for the electricity cost according to the information you entered when configuring the charging station. You can update your kW cost in the portal afterwards.

The main rule: Applies to you who have a personal car or benefit car but lack fuel benefit and pay all fuel themselves, regardless of whether they are miles driven in the service or in private. You pay all the fuel yourself and therefore you will not receive any compensation for the electricity you charge at home.

Shared model: Applies to those who have a benefit car but lack fuel benefit but pay only the fuel you use privately. We read the amount of electricity your charging station has consumed and reimburse you for that electricity cost. We will then bill you for the percentage of electricity costs that belong to your private miles according to your km reporting. Compensation is paid in accordance with the information you entered when configuring the charging station. You can update your kW cost in the portal afterwards.

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Arrow downHow is the cost of the electricity I charge at home or in public place invoiced?

The electricity is billed by LeasePlan. This is done according to your fuel model and in the same way as other fuels, see below.

Complement rule: Applies to those who have fuel benefit. Your employer will receive an invoice for the electricity you have charged using the LeasePlan Charing app or charging card. Your employer will tax you for your private miles in accordance with your km reporting. In other words, it works in the same way whether you are tanking electricity, gasoline or diesel. 

Main rule: Applies to you who have a personal car or benefit car but lack fuel benefit and pay all fuel themselves, regardless of whether they are miles driven in the service or privately. You as driver will receive an invoice for the electricity you have charged using the LeasePlan Charing app or charging card. You will be able to claim mileage from your employer in accordance with your internal car policy. In other words, it works the same way whether you are tanking electricity, gasoline or diesel, but the invoice comes from LeasePlan Charging instead of your fossil fuel supplier.

Shared model: Applies to those who have a benefit car but lack fuel benefit but pay only the fuel you use privately. You as driver will receive an invoice for the proportion of electricity you have charged using the LeasePlan Charing app or charging card that you have used privately according to your km reporting.

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Arrow downWhere can I charge my electric car?

In the LeasePlan Charging app found in AppStore and GooglePlay, you can see all charging stations as well as price, availability, and address of the charging station. You can navigate to the address by touching the car icon. You can also recharge using the app without carrying the recharging card.

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Arrow downWhat is the price for charging and how is this calculated?

The price varies depending on the charging station operator, geographical location, type of charger etc. You can see prices at each station in the LeasePlan Charging app. The price can be per minute or kWh and it is up to the station. The cheapest way to charge is at home or at work. If you have the sharing model or fuel benefit, we will reimburse you for the electricity you consumed when charging at home. Zoom in on the app to see all charging stations.

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