Simple calculators for electric vehicle (EV) owners. Includes charging costs, charging time, battery range, and EV savings calculators.

READ MOREIf you''re considering being an EV early adopter, just what do you need to know about charging your vehicle? Charger Accessibility. 60,000 EV charging points will be made available for use island-wide by 2030. This is made up of a 40,000-strong network of public chargers, and an additional 20,000 units fitted to private premises.

READ MOREIntroducing the EV Charging Cost Calculator – your go-to tool for estimating the cost of charging your electric vehicle. Whether you''re planning a road trip or calculating your

READ MORECalculate how much it will cost and how long it will take to charge your electric car using this handy tool. Select your electric car model and enter your postcode to get started.

READ MOREHere''s the formula to calculate the cost to charge an electric car from empty to full: charging cost = battery capacity (in kWh) × electricity cost (per kWh) The cost of energy varies, but on average electricity rate is

READ MOREUse our handy calculator below to work out exactly how much it costs to charge your electric car using your own electricity rates. Unsure what your rates are? Check your

READ MOREThe equation will look like this: (0.0822 x 18) ÷ 100 = €0.0147. Using those numbers as an example, the cost of running the Leaf will be just over 1c per kilometre. Just using public charging at ESB ecars'' rate, the sum and cost per kilometre will be: (0.27 x 18) ÷ 100 = €0.048. Compare those numbers with the figure for the Nissan Juke

READ MOREThe calculator will estimate AC charging cost, speed, and kilometres of range delivered – for most battery-electric vehicles in New Zealand. Useful when home charging or for caravan parks and motel owners to estimate the time and cost of charging customer EVs. Built with the assistance of Will Hunter of Better NZ Trust.

READ MOREIf you would like to estimate the cost to charge an EV for a specific distance, please follow these additional steps: EV energy consumption per 100 miles or km – Select the vehicle''s consumption in kWh/100 miles or km. Distance – Choose the distance for which you want to calculate the charging cost.

READ MOREHome charging calculator. Calculate the time and cost of charging your vehicle at home. For electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, you can estimate your charging time and cost from your charger''s rate of charge, the vehicle''s battery size and the cost of the electricity.

READ MOREThe equation that we would recommend using is: Cost of Charge ($) = Electricity Price (Price/kWh) x Battery Size of the EV (kWh) Charging Efficiency (%) As well as calculating the cost of the charge in general, you may wish to calculate the cost of charging your electric vehicle for a specific journey. To figure out this number you will need to

READ MOREBut in California, Level 2 charging costs about 30 cents per kWh. DC fast charging is significantly more expensive, costing roughly 40 cents per kWh. Using those rates, at a Level 2 charger it would cost

READ MOREUse this tool to calculate the cost and time of charging your electric vehicle at home based on your car model, battery level, and electricity rates. Learn the factors that affect EV

READ MOREHow to Easily Estimate Charging Costs for an Electric Vehicle. All you need is the cost of electricity and gas prices in your area, estimates on how much you drive, and some basic math skills

READ MOREInvest in EV businesses; Tools . Choose my Electric Vehicle; Home Charging Calculator; Public Charging Calculator; Journey Cost Calculator; CO2 Emission Calculator; Tax Saving Calculator; Should I prefer home charging? The cost of electricity at home ranges from ₹4/kWh – ₹11.82/kWh. Therefore, the total cost for the same charge at

READ MORE3/7/2023 (updated 8/8/2023) It costs approximately $11 to charge an electric car with a 65-kWh battery at home using a Level 2 charger, assuming electricity costs $0.17 per kWh (the U.S. national

READ MOREHome charging calculator helps in calculating the charging time of the electric vehicle and how much it costs. Most of the electric car owners would rely on home charging, given that the private cars would be parked overnight, in order to ensure that their EV is available for use each morning. In most cases, charging overnight at homes will be

READ MOREAccording to NRCan''s 2022 Fuel Consumption Guide, the least expensive zero-emission battery electric vehicle to run is a Tesla Model 3 RWD, which costs $474 per year over a 20,000-kilometre average. The most expensive EV to charge is an Audi e-tron S Sportback quattro with 21 or 22-inch wheels, which has an average cost of $972 annually.

READ MORESelect your electric car from the list of new or used plug-in vehicles, enter your charger type and your electricity costs. Your results from the EV charging cost

READ MORESize of battery (kWh) x Electricity cost of your supplier (pence per kilowatt hour) = Cost to charge an electric car from absolutely empty to full. Using the electric car examples mentioned above, and taking 15p as an average cost, calculating your EV charging costs would be as follows: Renault Twizy 13kW x 0.15p = £1.95.

READ MOREThe Honda e also made it onto the list, despite having one of the lowest ranges of an EV on sale, with a cost per 100 miles of £4.08. Vehicle. Cost to fully charge. Cost per 100 miles. Hyundai IONIQ Electric. £5.81. £3.75. Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus. £7.19.

READ MOREEV charging hubs are like filling stations for electric cars. One example is the Gridserve Electric Forecourt in Braintree, Essex, where up to 36 cars can charge at the same time at a cost of 24p per kWh. In addition to the charging points, you''ll also find shops and restaurants to use until your car is recharged.

READ MORENow to calculate how much that will cost. The Texas average electricity rate is 11.4 cents per kwh, according to EIA.gov. That means it will cost you around $4.56 to charge an EV at your Texas home. (40 kWh * .114) (Psssst. You''ll notice that it''s the same answer we got in our quick math approach highlighted at the top of this page.)

READ MOREThe main things that you will need to know to be able to calculate the cost of charging your electric car are the electricity price from your supplier (price/kWh), the battery size of the EV, and charging efficiency.

READ MORERM0.571 x 40 kWh = RM22.84. But of course, there will be energy loss during the charging process due to several factors, so let''s assume the loss is at 16%. Factor in the loss, the average cost to fully charge your car at residential rate would be : RM22.84 x 116% = RM26.49. So the maximum charge for a residential home, to fully charge your

READ MORECost Per Charge – 3.25¢/mi x 100 mi = $3.25 per day. If your average commute is 100 miles per day, your EV recharging costs might amount to $70.42 per month. (Remember, that''s a pure EV and not

READ MORECalculate how much it costs to charge an electric car from to full capacity or to drive a specific distance by entering the electricity cost and capacity

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