Electric car chargepoint operator Osprey ups rates to record £1 per kWh making it pricier than fuelling a petrol model

The nation sighed in collective relief earlier this month when new Prime Minister Liz Truss announced an unprecedented £150billion energy support package that would see typical annual domestic energy bills frozen at £2,500 for two years.

The news will be welcomed by electric cars owners who charge vehicles at home, as they are now guaranteed cheaper running costs than if Ofgem’s energy price cap was introduced from next month.

However, electric car drivers without off-street parking and a homecharger are already seeing the cost of boosting their EV’s batteries soar, with one provider increasing the price of plugging into its network by more than 50 per cent – which would make annual running costs more expensive than an equivalent petrol model.

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