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1st May Tariff Updates

The following charge point owners have taken the decision to introduce or update a charging tariff to ensure they can continue to maintain the chargers they own on the network,

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Scottish Borders Council

From Sunday 1 May 2022, there will be a cost to use the Scottish Borders Council electric charging points Slow/Fast Charger Tariff £0.16 per kWh with a £1.00 minimum charge

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Moray Council EV Tariff

From Sunday 1 May 2022, there will be a standard tariff rate applied to use all Moray Council electric vehicle charging points Standard Tariff Rates £0.28 per kWh with a

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the City of Edinburgh Council Tariff

From Sunday 1 May 2022, there will be a cost to use the City of Edinburgh Council electric charging points Standard 7kW Charger £0.25 per kWh £1.00 minimum charge £30

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Processing Historic Invoices

We have previously reached out directly to some drivers with large outstanding invoice amounts, to encourage action to settle debt directly. Following this, our payment provider GoCardless will now be reprocessing

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Argyll and Bute Council Charger Unavailability

Please see the below statement from Argyll and Bute council regarding temporary charger unavailability (UPDATE: 19/04/22 All Units Available Once More): “The electric vehicles chargers at Helensburgh Pier/West Clyde Street

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