The operator Electra has discreetly changed the price of its fast charging. The kWh now costs €0.52.
Small change in the prices charged by Electra, a French company specializing in fast charging stations for electric vehicles, with nearly 100 stations and 600 charging points.
While browsing the operator’s website, we discovered that a price has increased a little this fall. In fast charging, the kWh is now billed at €0.52. It was €0.49 before. With a bank card or the Electra application, this price is fixed (no subscription plan). Electra offers charging points up to 300 kW.
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Slow charging, however, has not changed. This more advantageous rate recently implemented remains at €0.39 per kWh. This concerns charging up to 22 kW.
As a reminder, at the start of the year, Electra had increased the price of the kWh from 0.44 to 0.54 €, having no other choice but to pass on the surge in electricity prices, after having frozen its prices at the end of 2022. Then in March 2023, the kWh fell to €0.49.
Fast charging stations: drop in the price of kWh on the Electra network
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