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The biggest worry most people have about making the switch to an electric vehicle (EV) is relating to charging the battery. However, the reality is that charging an EV is much easier than you think, and it is getting easier all the time, so here is a quick rundown of what you need to know.
The amount of time it takes to charge an EV depends on the size of the car’s battery, the amount of electrical current the EV can handle and the speed of the charger. The size and power of a battery is expressed in kilowatt hours (kWh), with a larger figure denoting a larger battery, which will take longer to charge.
Chargers deliver electricity in kilowatts, with typically 3kW to 150kw chargers widely available to everyone. So using a basic charger with a low kilowatt output will take much longer to charge the average EV than a higher kilowatt charger. For example, a 3kW charger can take up to 12 hours to fully charge a Nissan Leaf, which has a 40 kWh battery.
So essentially, the key to charging and capacity is planning what kind of EV you need and what kind of journeys you take, in terms of your lifestyle, driving and parking habits. The charging network is constantly growing, but already you can charge in supermarket car parks, leisure centre car parks and shopping centres, as well as dedicated charging hubs and service stations. So can you charge while shopping or at the gym for example? With some planning you can work this into your daily schedule.
There are effectively three ways to charge your EV; at home, at work or in a public place. In general, the charging infrastructure can be split into three groups:
Home charging is paid through your usual home utility tariff, but public charging at the moment uses an RFID card, which stands for Radio-Frequency Identification. This card gives you access to most public charging points and unlocks the connector to enable you to charge. Charging is effectively pay-as-you-go and your RFID account is charged with the energy used. However, many chargers are phasing the RFID card out in favour of paying through a smartphone app or contactless payment.
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Tesla Model 3 Saloon
RWD 4dr Auto
per month exc VAT
per month inc VAT
48 months, 5000 miles
Audi E-tron Gt Saloon
390kw Quattro 93kwh 4dr Auto
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