Vehicle to grid (V2G) technology allows electric vehicle (EV) batteries to store energy and discharge it back to the electricity network when it’s most needed.
With the optimisation of V2G charging, you could see potential savings on your business energy bill of £250 to £450 a year per charger. This is equivalent to around 9,000 free miles a year(1).
Why choose vehicle to grid for your business?
Reduce your running costs
- Generate savings equivalent to cost of driving 9,000 miles(1)
- Similar cost to installing a fast charger
- No impact on your daily EV charge needs
Support a low carbon future
- Helps stabilise the grid
- Supports the uptake of renewables
- Enhances your sustainability position
Easy to operate
- Fast high powered charging
- Simple charging controls
- Easy-to-use smart app
Our vehicle to grid charging package
What we offer
- Vehicle to grid charger
- Full installation
- Ongoing support and maintenance
- Asset management & reporting portal
- Vehicle to grid monthly savings
- Vehicle to grid compatible car leasing and purchase through our partners
What you need
- Half hourly metered supply
- Three-phase connection
- V2G compatible EV (Nissan Leaf or e-NV200)
Vehicle to grid – all the benefits of smart charging, plus
Generate savings and reduce your running costs
Vehicle to grid uniquely lowers the cost of running your business’s electric vehicles by generating savings through a combination of ‘behind-the-meter’ reductions in network charges and savings in energy costs.
The savings made through EDF’s V2G charging service are shared with you on your energy bill, and can help reduce the annual cost of electric fuel (equivalent to an average 9,000 miles per year per V2G charger, enough to run your vehicles for free.
Show that your business is supporting environmental sustainability
Vehicle to grid increases the positive impact electric vehicles already have in reducing carbon emissions, by supporting the introduction of renewable energy sources to the electric grid.
Electricity generated by intermittent sources such as solar and wind can be stored in EV batteries, and then discharged at times of peak energy demand or those sources aren’t available.
Intelligent charging at your fingertips