With Clean Air Day less than 48 hours away, EV charging networks are revealing their plans to help drivers out on Thursday 20th June and encourage electric car usage.
So far, Alfa Power, Engenie, ESB EV Solutions, EV Driver, GeniePoint, InstaVolt, LiFe, and Pod Point have announced their plans, though this list will be updated as others confirm incentives as expected:
- • Alfa Power – Free vend
- • Engenie – Competition to win an RFID card allowing two months free charging
- • ESB EV Solutions – Free 20 minute charging session
- • EV Driver – Free vend
- • GeniePoint – Competition to win a free charge
- • InstaVolt – Competition to win £100 worth of charging (via Twitter)
- • LiFe – Free vend
- • Pod Point – Free vend*
Notes:* Pod Point will bill users for a charging session as usual, and will reimburse any payments made during the day via in-app credit.Many systems will require the user to have registered an account with the network before allowing access to the units.
Head to each respective network’s website or social media feeds to find out more about what it is doing for Clean Air Day 2019.
Clean Air Day is an initiative that aims to increase awareness of air pollution, with projects such as encouraging members of the public to make a pledge highlighting a way of reducing their own impact on air quality. Find out more information at the Clean Air Day website. With many networks backed by 100% renewable electricity, EV drivers can easily charge knowing that their drive has a minimal impact on emissions.
Find EV charge points on Zap-Map, and use the network filters to show those points linked to networks doing something for Clean Air Day.