Introducing
E.ON Next Drive.

Our new, smart, renewable electric vehicle tariff for dual fuel customers.

Join the future of cheaper electric car charging.

Power your car with our new Next Drive tariff by automating when your vehicle charges through our app, and enjoy our cheap overnight charging price. Between midnight and 4am you'll only pay 4p per kWh, potentially saving up to £188* a year.

Sun and leaf in an electric car.

Leaf on phone.

Making it easy to manage your car charging from your phone.

  • "Set and forget" - let the app know when you need your car charged by and it'll sort it.

  • Plug into green - the app uses carbon intensity forecasts so you can charge when CO2 emissions are low.

  • Keep control - you can monitor your energy use, costs and savings over time.

Need a smart charger at home?

If you dont already have a charger at home, E.ON Next Drive Plus is the option for you. As well as a sleek and stylish home charger you'll be able to access E.ON Next Drive and benefit from low price off-peak smart charging.

Vestel EV04 charger.

Perfect for your home.

  • WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.

  • Can be used via the app.

  • Available both socketed and tethered.

  • Can be used in all weather.

  • Has a maximum output of 7.4 kW on a single phase meter such as your home, but can increase to 11 kW or 22 kW on a 3 phase meter for commercial use.

£949 (Price includes standard installation).

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Leaf with car charger.

Our Next Drive FAQs.

*The £188 is the saving compared to an electricity bill with E.ON’s Next Online v4 tariff and would be the expected rebate amount, averaged across all regions for a customer using 4300 kWh of electricity in their home, with an additional 2200 kWhs used to charge their car. We assume 1320 kWhs of these happen during off-peak hours at the lower price and 800 kWh of charging outside of these hours.

Electricity backed by 100% renewable sources, E.ON's renewable generation assets, agreements with UK generators and the purchase of renewable electricity certificates. The electricity supplied to your home or business comes from the National Grid and DNOs.

**We have worked this out by using Ofgem’s average yearly electricity consumption of a medium house (2900kWh) multiplied by the weighted average carbon intensity of the current BEIS published UK residual fuel mix, covering the period between April 2020 - March 2021, published in August 2021 (2900kWh x 0.392334kg CO2/kWh = 1138kg CO2). To calculate the carbon avoided, we then compare this to the 0kg CO2/kWh Carbon intensity for residential customers in E.ON Next who receive electricity backed by REGOs. (2900kWh x 0kgCO2/kWh = 0kg CO2).