Leading electric vehicle charging software company, Rightcharge,
has launched its latest technology that allows fleets to cover the costs of an employee’s home
charging by making payments directly to the employee’s energy account, regardless of their
supplier. The service is the first part of the Rightcharge Electric Fuel Card, which is being launched in
stages this year and will soon offer a public charge card to access over 30 networks plus workplace
charging integrations.

Rightcharge has achieved a technical breakthrough that allows drivers to digitally link their home
energy account to the app. As a result, electricity rates are read automatically at any time of day,
regardless of whether the employee has a smart meter. The Rightcharge system instantly detects
any changes to a driver’s tariff and no manual intervention is required from the driver. This delivers
a significantly more reliable and easy-to-use service for both the drivers and their employers.

Home charging is measured accurately via integrations with popular home charge points and
connected vehicle integrations, which automate the experience for the majority of users.
Additionally, for those drivers whose charge point or vehicle is not yet compatible, Rightcharge
offers a manual upload option, similar to submitting a meter reading, so that they can still benefit
from direct-to-energy-supplier payments.

Fraud protection and multiple electric vehicle features are being rolled out soon and Rightcharge is
developing a split-savings feature later in the year, which will allow fleets to incentivise their
employees in return for switching to a low-rate EV tariff; potentially saving fleets over £1,000 per

The Rightcharge Electric Fuel Card is available to new customers today. Fleet administrators can
register on the Rightcharge app and invite their drivers to join. Once registered, both administrators
and drivers will have access to detailed data on charging activity, costs, and carbon emissions
through separate portals. The home charging plan is available for £9.99 per driver per month.
Businesses can take advantage of a 30-day trial by signing up today at

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