23 May 2024

Reduced charging prices in Denmark

PowerGo is lowering charging prices in Denmark. EV drivers will be able to save up to 40 percent.

Cheaper charging in Denmark

PowerGo is lowering the price at its charging stations in Denmark from today. For example, AC prices in the municipality of Vejen will drop by 1,00 DKK per kilowatt hour during the hours when a low tariff applies, while prices at ultra fast chargers, such as the newly opened charging hub at Jyllandsgade in Ikast, will drop up to 0,87 DKK per kilowatt hour. This means that EV drivers can save up to 40 percent.

At PowerGo, EV drivers experience fair and transparent charging prices that follow the current electricity price on an hourly basis. The new charging prices are a result of PowerGo moving from offering fixed to variable prices on the grid tariffs, which are the transportation prices for electricity.

PowerGo fast chargers in Denmark

"EV drivers should experience that it is accessible, affordable, and sustainable to charge their vehicles."

Frederikke Fog, Tender Manager at PowerGo

“We are continuously working to improve the charging experience for EV drivers. We want to ensure transparent and more competitive prices, and we have settled on a price level that is fair and allows us to invest ambitiously and long-term in the infrastructure for electric vehicles,” says Frederikke Fog, Tender Manager at PowerGo.

The new charging prices are part of PowerGo’s initiative to roll out a nationwide charging network in Denmark to ensure that Danes experience more competitive prices and have significantly better opportunities to charge their electric vehicles.

As part of this initiative, PowerGo has so far won 18 tenders for the installation of public charging stations for electric vehicles and will be responsible for the installation of over 1,600 public charging points, which will be supplied with 100 percent green energy from solar parks.

“EV drivers should experience that it is accessible, affordable, and sustainable to charge their vehicles. It is crucial that we contribute to the network of publicly accessible charging points in Denmark, which plays a key role in the green transition,” says Frederikke Fog.

At PowerGo’s charging points, EV drivers can use the PowerGo Charge app to get insights into the prices for the upcoming hours and to get easy access to charging and payment methods. Drivers can also use a charging card and at more and more locations, pay with a bank card, such as a debit or credit card, or with a phone or smartwatch.

To take full advantage of the new tariffs, it is recommended to use the charging app to make sure no roaming costs are added to the tariffs.

PowerGo charger in Gladsaxe

Pictures: Mads Joakim Rimer Rasmussen and Christoph Bengtsson Lissalde

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