Cheaper charging at bp pulse for Uber EV drivers and AGL NSW EV home energy plan customers

    Australian Uber EV drivers and AGL NSW EV home energy plan customers will get cheaper charging rates at the growing network of bp pulse charging stations. The deal with AGL is 3 years, it is unclear how long the deal with Uber will last.

    bp is aiming to build corporate partnerships to introduce exclusive incentives and EV charging discounts for certain Australian EV drivers, with the hope of becoming the default charging station for this group of EV drivers.

    According to News Ltd papers which were given more information than the rest of the media, AGL NSW EV home energy plan customers will get a bp pulse “discount of more than 10 per cent”.

    Uber drivers and delivery people savings at bp pulse will vary based on an individual driver’s Uber Pro tier status.

    Interestingly Uber driver-partners and delivery people across Australia already enjoy a range of end-to-end offers at participating bp service stations, including discounts on fuel, wildbean Cafe barista coffees, miniwash carwash and other shop offerings at select sites.

    Frédéric Baudry, president, bp Australia and SVP fuels & low carbon solutions, Asia Pacific, commented on the deals:

    “We’re bringing the best of our global expertise in EV charging to build Australia’s most convenient EV charging network.”

    “The rollout by bp pulse of fast, reliable chargers at convenient locations across Australia is a prime example of bp’s global commitment to provide customers and partners with the energy and mobility they want, where they want it”.

    Neerav Bhatt
    Neerav Bhatt
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