GoElectric EV tariffs for your car and home

  • Get cheaper charging overnight at just 4.5p per kWh

  • Charge up for less than £5 while you sleep(1)

  • 100% zero carbon renewable electricity from wind and solar power(2)

Fix your prices for greater peace of mind

If you're worried about future price rises, join our 1.6m customers who've locked in their prices on a fixed tariff. While fixed tariffs may be more expensive than Standard (Variable) at the moment, they do protect against future price rises and may help you save long term. Signing up to our GoElectric fixed tariff, designed especially for electric car drivers, means you'll know how much you’re paying for energy and that it won’t change for the term of your contract, even if energy prices continue to rise.

Why choose our GoElectric EV tariffs

Relax knowing your home and electric car energy needs are taken care of

GoElectric tariff options with cheaper overnight electricity during off-peak hours

100% zero carbon renewable electricity from wind and solar power(2)

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GoElectric

3 simple steps to the best GoElectric EV tariff

 

  1. Sign up 
    New to EDF? Get a quote and we'll show you which EV tariff options you can sign up to with the type of meter you have. Already an EDF customer? Great news! You can move straight to step 2

  2. Get Smart 
    Book a smart meter installation through MyAccount. Your smart meter will tell us when you're using peak and off-peak electricity. If you're already an EDF customer and have a compatible smart meter, you can go straight to the final step
     
  3. Switch
    You're ready to get the best tariffs with off-peak rates. Get a quote to choose from GoElectric 35 and GoElectric 98 tariffs

Our GoElectric tariffs

Once you’ve signed up to GoElectric, you can switch between any of the three structures using our online quote tool

GoElectric

Our competitive single-rate EV tariff offers fixed cost electricity all day.

 

  • You don't need to have a smart meter
  • Suitable for new as well as existing EDF customers
  • Exclusive for electric car drivers
  • Charge your car at any time of day to suit your lifestyle
  • Pay from 25.53p per kWh all day, depending on where you live

GoElectric 35

5 hours of cheaper overnight charging every day


 

  • Pay just 4.5p per kWh during off-peak (12 am to 5 am GMT every day) and from 34.34p per kWh during peak hours
  • Charge up for less than a fiver(1)
  • You need to have a compatible smart meter
  • 100% zero carbon renewable electricity from wind and solar power(2)

GoElectric 98

Half-price electricity on weekday evenings and all weekend

 

  • More flexibility for charging your car. Enjoy 98 hours of off-peak charging every week - more off-peak hours than any other tariff
  • Pay just 16.75p per kWh during off-peak (9 pm to 7 am GMT Monday to Friday and all weekend) and from 35.39p per kWh during peak hours
  • You need to have a compatible smart meter
  • 100% zero carbon renewable electricity from wind and solar power(2)

Your EV smart meter questions answered

Do I need to have a smart meter?

You don't need to have a smart meter to sign up to our single-rate GoElectric EV tariff. You do need to have a smart meter to sign up to one of our EV tariffs with off-peak rates: GoElectric 35 and GoElectric 98.

Your smart meter tells how much electricity you're using during peak and off-peak hours, which is how we work out what your bill should be.

If you're an existing EDF customer you can book a smart meter appointment through MyAccount.

How can I tell which meter I have?

What happens if I don't have a compatible smart meter?

If you don't have a compatible smart meter that we can connect to, we'll sign you up to our GoElectric single-rate tariff. Once you have a smart meter you can switch to a GoElectric tariff with off-peak rates: GoElectric 35 and GoElectric 98.

How long will it take for me to get a smart meter installed?

It takes 2 to 4 weeks to get a smart meter once you've signed up to one of our GoElectric tariffs. Occasionally this may take a little longer, depending on where you live. 

If you're an existing EDF customer you can book a smart meter appointment through MyAccount.

Your GoElectric EV tariff questions answered

How much do the GoElectric tariffs cost?

The GoElectric single-rate tariff costs from 25.53p per kWh all day, depending on where you live.

GoElectric 35 comes with 5 hours off-peak charging every evening 12 am to 5 am GMT. It costs just 4.5p per kWh during off-peak hours and from 34.34p per kWh during peak hours, depending on where you live.

GoElectric 98 comes with off-peak charging every weekday 9 pm to 7 am GMT and all weekend. It costs just 16.75p per kWh during off-peak hours and from 35.39p per kWh during peak hours, depending on where you live.

View full prices for our GoElectric tariffs (PDF 87.85KB)

I'm already on the GoElectric flat-rate tariff, how do I move to GoElectric 35 or GoElectric 98?

The GoElectric tariff has three structures: Flat-rate, GoElectric 98, and GoElectric 35.

Once you’ve signed up to GoElectric, you lock in the prices across all 3 structures that are in effect on the day you sign up. This means that even if newer versions of GoElectric are launched which have different prices, this will not affect you. You can move between the structures freely for the duration of your tariff whilst keeping the same end date, and you won’t incur any fees.

You’ll need to be an existing EDF customer with a compatible smart meter. If you’re new to EDF and already have a smart meter, we will let you know once your meter has connected to our systems. If you haven’t got a smart meter we will invite you to book a smart meter appointment.

Once you’re ready to change structures, simply follow these steps:

  1. Go to www.edfenergy.com/electric-cars/go-electric-quote and click the ‘Yes’ button when asked ‘Are you on an electric vehicle tariff with us already’. You will then see the option for changing the structure.
  2. View the structures available, choose which one is best for you and submit your request to change the structure. We’ll then update your meter remotely to the new structure.

How do I get a quote for GoElectric 35 or GoElectric 98 with off-peak rates?

Once you’ve signed up to GoElectric, you lock in the prices across all 3 structures that are in effect on the day you sign up. This means that even if newer versions of GoElectric are launched which have different prices, this will not affect you. You can move between the structures freely for the duration of your tariff whilst keeping the same end date, and you won’t incur any fees.

In order to generate a quote for these tariffs, you need to be an existing EDF customer with a compatible smart meter. If you do not have a smart meter please log in to MyAccount and book a smart meter appointment.

Once you have a compatible smart meter you will be able to view quotes for both GoElectric 35 and 98 using our quoting tool at www.edfenergy.com/electric-cars/go-electric-quote.

However, the unit rates for these tariffs can be found on our electric car tariff page: https://www.edfenergy.com/electric-cars/tariffs.

How do I move between the three different structures on the GoElectric tariff?

Once you’ve signed up to GoElectric, you lock in the prices across all 3 structures that are in effect on the day you sign up. This means that even if newer versions of GoElectric are launched which have different prices, this will not affect you. You can move between the structures freely for the duration of your tariff whilst keeping the same end date, and you won’t incur any fees.

You’ll need to be an existing EDF customer with a compatible smart meter to access GoElectric35 and GoElectric98. If you’re new to EDF and already have a smart meter, we will let you know once your meter has connected to our systems. If you haven’t got a smart meter we will invite you to book a smart meter appointment.

Once you’re ready to change structures, simply follow these steps:

  1. Go to www.edfenergy.com/electric-cars/go-electric-quote and click the ‘Yes’ button when asked "Are you on an electric vehicle tariff with us already". You will then see the option for changing structure.
  2. View the structures available, choose which one is best for you and submit your request to change the structure. We’ll then update your meter remotely to the new structure. Please note that it may take up to 20 working days to process your structure change.

How much will it cost to fully charge my electric vehicle?

Charging costs depend on the type of electric car you have and the energy tariff you're on.

For example, it could cost you as little as £1.58 to fully charge your electric car during off-peak hours if:

  • you're on our GoElectric 35 tariff with cheaper overnight electricity between 12am and 5am (GMT) daily
  • you have a Nissan Leaf with a 40kW battery
  • That's less than £5 to charge your EV overnight.

Can I also have my gas supply on GoElectric?

Yes, our GoElectric EV tariffs are dual fuel only, this means they’ll cover both your gas and electricity (except where there is no mains gas supply).

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