Renault Zoe Charger Guide
Everything you need to know about charging your Renault Zoe, covering range, charging time, how to charge and more.
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- Renault Zoe 22kWh has a range of 149 miles.
- Renault Zoe 41kWh has a range of 250 miles.
- Range varies widely with driving conditions, outside temperature and several other factors.
- Charging your Renault Zoe at home with a standard three pin plug can take anywhere between 13 - 15 hours.
- Using a dedicated home charging point "wallbox" takes only 3 to 4 hours.
- A home charging point provides up to 30 miles RPH (Range Per Hour).
- Charge your Renault Zoe overnight to take advantage of cheap electricity rates and be fully charged every morning.
Check out the Renault website for more information on charging times and running costs.
The cost of charging a Renault Zoe in the UK varies whether you are charging at home using your "wallbox" or on public charging stations. Charging at home is the most cost-effective way to charge (costs as little as 2p per mile), although many public charging points are free to use.
- Typical overnight electricity rate of 10p per kWh.
- Charging a Renault Zoe at home cost of electric to full £5.00.
You can charge a Renault Zoe anywhere with access to reliable electrical supply. The vast majority of electric car drivers will charge at home to maximise their fuel savings.
- Charge at home overnight to wake up to a full charge every morning.
- Charge at public charging stations at car parks and supermarkets across the UK, which are free to use for the duration of your stay.
- Workplace charging points are becoming more common in the UK and are usually offered as a staff incentive.
When deciding on which chargepoint to charge your electric car from, you need to know the connector type (Type 1 or Type 2 plug) and the maximum single-phase charge rate (3.7kW or 7kW).
- The Renault Zoe uses a Type 2 connector.
- It uses a single-phase charge rate of up to 43kW.
A home charging point "wallbox" is a quick and efficient way to charge the battery of your new electric car. Our POD Point installation team have a quick turnaround time; we call within 1 day of receiving your request and install within 10 working days. Once the POD Point team of experts have successfully installed your new charging point, they will give you a thorough walk-through to make sure you get the most out of your charging point.
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