Following on from the launch in October of Pod Point’s EV Exclusive tariff powered by EDF that gives new home charging customers access to one of the cheapest EV tariffs in the UK, the two firms are exploring the launch of further EV tariff partnerships.
The aim is to simplify the customer experience for EDF and Pod Point customers, and to incorporate flexibility services as part of the tariff offering.
Point Point have signed a letter of intent (LOI) to provide a proposed framework for Pod Point expansion into international markets by supplying EV chargers through EDF subsidiaries into Europe.
“We’re thrilled to be building on our partnership with EDF in both the UK and through EDF subsidiaries in Europe. This opens up the potential for new tariff partnerships, and opportunities for us to offer customers flexibility services.”
Philippe Commaret, Managing Director of Customers at EDF in the UK, added:
“At EDF, we’re determined to help everyone save cash and carbon and transport remains one of the biggest contributors to the UK’s carbon footprint.
This new deal with Pod Point will make switching to an EV easier, cheaper, and through increased flexibility services, even greener, ensuring that going green is good for the pocket and the planet.”