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EV home charger and energy tariff comparison site Rightcharge launches

Charlie Cook, founder and CEO of Rightcharge

A new free-to-use platform that compares the costs of electric vehicle (EV) home chargers and energy tariffs has launched in the UK.

It is designed to enable leasing companies and car dealers to offer motorists a tailored comparison of home charge points and energy tariffs designed for electric car drivers, combined with recommended installers for the charger.

Drivers can save more than £230 per year on energy bills and more than £100 on EV charger installation costs when using the service.

By partnering with Rightcharge, retailers will earn commission for every consumer that installs their home charger or switches energy tariff through the platform.

Retailers and leasing organisations also have the flexibility to white label and integrate the tools within their existing website, or provide a unique URL to direct customers to the Rightcharge website. If a partner likes, Rightcharge can also handle all home charging questions to reduce pressure on the partner’s sales team.

“10 million people will switch to an electric car in the next 10 years,” said Charlie Cook (pictured), founder and CEO of Rightcharge. “Giving these customers choice benefits both the customer and the retailer, and we’re here to help any partner that would like to do just that. By working with Rightcharge, our partners have instant access to the UK’s only all-in-one comparison service for home charging.”

“It really is a win-win. Leasing companies and car retailers can stand out from the competition as zero emission motoring experts and benefit from an additional revenue stream, while drivers can find the best charge point and energy tariff tailored to their needs, saving hundreds of pounds every year.”

Rightcharge has built a UK-wide network of more than 30 chargepoint installation companies, all of which are government-approved to safely install home the devices.

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