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Electricity costs more than petrol for drivers on long journeys – analysis

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Electric vehicle drivers are being charged more to top up their batteries on long journeys than people behind the wheel of petrol cars pay for fuel, according to new analysis. The RAC said the average price of using rapid chargers on a pay as you go basis has increased by nearly 26p per kilowatt hour (kWh) since May, reaching 70.3p per kWh this month.
Published 24 days ago · London, United Kingdom

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Electricity costs more than petrol for drivers on long journeys – analysis

The RAC said the average price of using rapid chargers on a pay as you go basis has increased by nearly 26p per kilowatt hour (kWh) since May.

24 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Electric vehicles more than petrol cars for drivers on long journeys, says RAC

Average price of using rapid chargers on a pay as you go basis has soared in recent months

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Electricity costs more than petrol for drivers on long journeys – analysis

Electric vehicle drivers are being charged more to top up their batteries on long journeys than people behind the wheel of petrol cars pay for fuel, according to new analysis.

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