Select Car Leasing has agreed a partnership with sustainable energy solutions provider Egg to become an official partner for electric vehicle (EV) charging point subscriptions.
Through the deal, Select Car Leasing customers that sign up to Egg’s £30-per-month home EV charger subscription will receive their first month free.
The offer is available to individual customers as well as those leasing electric cars or vans through Select’s Fleet Solutions corporate division.
“Leasing is an affordable gateway to driving a green vehicle and it makes perfect sense that a driver paying monthly for their car would opt to pay for a home EV charger on a similar basis,” said Shane Pither, Head of Automotive Innovation for Select Car Leasing.
“Egg has the first subscription-based model on the market and by extending this service to our customers, we’re helping them realise the convenience and affordability of running an EV, particularly when charging happens at home.”
“We’re delighted to be partnering with Select Car Leasing which shares our commitment to making the switch to EVs hassle-free and affordable for drivers and fleet managers,” said Steve Springett, B2C Director at Egg.
Egg’s £30-per-month subscription fee includes standard installation of a 7kW fast home charging unit compatible with all makes and models of EVs, plus free maintenance call-outs within two working days. Installation requires access to off-street parking such as a driveway or garage.
(Pic above, the Egg team during a recent visit to Select Car Leasing HQ in Reading, Berks. Left-right: David Lewis, Electric Lead at Select, Steve Springett, B2C Director at Egg, Henry Gregory, Senior Go To Market Manager at Egg, Marc Attwood, Head of Automotive at Egg, Matthew McMullan, Strategic Partnerships Lead at Egg, and Shane Pither, Head of Automotive Innovation at Select)
Select Car Leasing has a total fleet of over 55,000 cars nationwide, including a rapidly growing proportion of electric cars and vans. In the past year, Select Car Leasing has seen enquiries for EVs rise dramatically as more motorists turn to electric in the wake of rising fuel costs and fuel shortages.
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