Half price electricity evenings & weekends

With more off-peak hours than any other EDF tariff, electric car owners can sleep easy knowing that GoElectric provides half price electricity(2) for both the home and the car.

More off-peak hours than anyone else

98 hours half price off-peak(5) electricity. That's 9pm-7am during the week(3) and the whole weekend for charging convenience.

For your home and electric car

Because the GoElectric tariff comes with 98 hours off-peak, it benefits your household bills too. See how much Sam saved below

Only 8p per kWh during off-peak hours(4)

Our competitive home energy tariff with cheaper off-peak energy, designed especially for those with an electric car.

EDF will take responsibility for your switch, making sure the process is simple, reliable and hassle-free. Visit our Energy Switch Guarantee page to find out more.

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How much can I save?

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Samantha lives in Brighton and has a standard 1 rate meter. She made the switch to an electric car two years ago but is still on a standard variable tariff. We can quickly and easily compare her costs for the GoElectric tariff against her standard variable tariff including charging an electric car. Let's see!

 

Total savings with an electric car

£366.57

 

Standard variable tariff bill + electric car

Medium mileage driver
8,000 miles per year

GoElectric tariff bill + electric car

Medium mileage driver
8,000 miles per year.

Electricity bill for household
£638.83

Charging costs per year
£408.05

Electricity bill for household
£447.03

Charging costs per year
£233.28

Total cost for household and car bills
£1046.88

Total cost for household and car bills
£680.31

These figures are based on a comparison between EDF’s Standard (Variable) electricity tariff, on Direct Debit (pricing correct as of October 2019) and EDF’s new GoElectric Jan 2021 electricity tariff, on Direct Debit, using 3,100 kWh per year. Calculations assume that on the GoElectric Jan 2021 electricity tariff, 60% of total consumption and 76% of electric vehicle home charging will be carried out during the off peak hours of 9pm – 7am weekdays and all weekends at 8p per kWh, including VAT. Calculations for vehicle use are based on 8000 miles per annum where the electric vehicle charging cost assumes a conversion rate of 3.5 miles per kWh, equal to 2286 kWh per year or 8000 miles.

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Our 100% renewable tariff just for you

Electricity for our electric car tariff comes from 100% renewable sources(1). We use wind, solar, Biomass, tidal, and hydroelectric energy. Go electric. Feel good. Be 100% renewable with us.

How much does the GoElectric Tariff cost?

The GoElectric tariff offers cheap off-peak charging for 10 hours per day(6) from 9pm until 7am on weekdays and all weekend(7).

With peak rates from only 15.98p and a daily standing charge from 27.13p, your total bill remains very competitive even when you need to occasionally top up your car battery during the day.

What are the benefits of the GoElectric tariff?

  • Cheaper charging than public charge points
  • Convenient charging at home
  • The GoElectric tariff is for your home too
  • Never wonder if a charge point is available
  • Electricity is cheaper than gasoline

 

Is it right for me?

  • Own or lease an electric vehicle, or have one on order - we'll ask for evidence when you sign up to the tariff
  • You already have or want to get a smart meter installed to better manage your energy and receive accurate bills
  • You want to pay monthly by direct debit

Electric car tariff FAQs

What is an electric car tariff?

An electric vehicle tariff is an electricity tariff specifically designed for electric car drivers. The GoElectric tariff has been created by EDF to help customers who own electric cars, benefit from cheaper electricity and enable them to charge their vehicles at a lower price while at home, when using a compatible 2 rate meter.

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What is a fixed price tariff?

A fixed price tariff means that the daily standing charge (the charge for each day you're connected to an electricity or gas supply network) and the unit rates of the tariff stay the same for the duration of the contract.

This doesn’t mean that the monthly payment stays the same. If you use more energy during a period (over winter for example), your monthly Direct Debit payment may still increase. If your Direct Debit does increase, EDF will advise you in advance, on your latest bill.

How is the GoElectric tariff 100% renewable?

The GoElectric Tariff electricity comes from sources like wind, solar, biomass, tidal and hydroelectric. To ensure we can provide customers with renewable electricity, we match 100% of customer’s electricity consumption with UK sourced Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs) certificates, which are issued by the UK energy regulator Ofgem.

Every year we also publish details of the fuel sources. View EDF’s Fuel mix for more information.

Why do I need a smart meter for the GoElectric tariff?

Having a smart meter provides greater control as you can see exactly how much you are spending and when. With a smart meter, meter readings are collected remotely meaning they can be sent more frequently to your energy supplier, often every half hour. This also means you never have to provide meter readings in order to receive an accurate bill.

Installing a smart meter as part of the GoElectric tariff enables EDF to accurately understand your energy use over the course of the day, during periods when you may be charged a different rate for your electricity. It also helps us to credit customers with any applicable offers and discounts, that may be included as part of a tariff or product offering.

Can I include gas on the GoElectric tariff?

Yes, gas prices are included as part of the dual fuel option of the GoElectric tariff. However, unlike electricity only, gas is not available on its own as part of the GoElectric tariff range. For more information please see the GoElectric tariff pricing

How can I benefit from the GoElectric tariff?

EDF’s GoElectric tariff has more off-peak hours than any other electric vehicle tariff, currently on the market (as of 12/08/2019). In fact, the GoElectric tariff provides customers, who have a compatible 2 rate meter, with off-peak electricity every weeknight from 9pm to 7am the next day. Not only that, these customers also receive off-peak electricity all weekend, from 9pm on Friday until 7am on Monday.

The GoElectric tariff is also inclusive of your home as well as your car. So not only can EDF customers charge their electric cars for half price in the evenings, they can also use electricity, safe in the knowledge that it’s cheaper for the house too.

Can I switch directly to the EDF GoElectric tariff?

It depends if you are an EDF customer or not, if you own an electric vehicle and whether you have a smart meter that we can talk to.

Please see the table below to understand which version of the GoElectric tariff eligible for.

 

GoElectric tariff eligibility

Unfortunately the GoElectric 2 rate tariff is not currently compatible with first generation smart meters (SMETs 1) that have been installed by other energy suppliers. However we have created a competitive single rate tariff for customers that have these meter types. Please see below table to see which version of the tariff you are eligible for, based on meter type. If you are not sure which meter type you have or for more information on the single rate tariff, please email us at goelectric@edfenergy.com

 EDF Energy Customer (EV Owner)Non-EDF Energy Customer (EV Owner)
No Smart Meter*2 rate2 rate
Smart Meter (SMETs 1) EDF Installed2 rate2 rate
Smart Meter (SMETs 1) Non-EDF Installed**1 rate1 rate
Smart Meter (SMETs 2)2 rate2 rate

*If you don't have a smart meter installed, EDF will arrange to have one fitted as part of your switch to the GoElectric tariff.

**First generation Smart Meters that have not been installed by EDF are not eligible for the 2 rate GoElectric tariff. Where this is the case, a single rate version with a similar yearly bill price will be offered.

Will my electricity bill go up?

If you’re not already an electric vehicle driver then yes, your electricity bill is likely to increase. This is because electric vehicles use electricity to charge their batteries. However, you are likely to see savings elsewhere, for instance in petrol costs and vehicle road tax. For example, the cost to charge an electric car with 100 miles is around £2.30 if you use the off-peak rate on the GoElectric tariff.

If you are already an electric vehicle driver and you are not on the GoElectric tariff, then it is possible that your electricity bill will decrease, due to the amount of off-peak hours available to charge your electric vehicle.

Having a smart meter can also help you to to reduce your bills becasue it allows you to see how much electricity you’re using on a daily, weekly or monthly basis and that gives you greater control in managing your consumption.

EDF have also teamed up with EO Charging to bring you a small compact EO Mini Pro charger, which comes with a handy smart app that tracks your charging and enables to monitor your charging times and costs.

Does my GoElectric tariff include my house as well as my electric car?

Yes, the GoElectric tariff combines both your house and your electric car charging into one tariff. So, in order to make the most out of your electricity tariff, it pays to do the washing and tumble drying after 9pm or to use that electric shower before 7am.