The Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England has opened to members, providing a range of membership benefits and the opportunity for EV drivers to have their voices heard
The Association has been set up to offer a voice to both current and prospective electric vehicle (EV) drivers in England, with the aim of providing up to date, reliable information about EVs and smart charging, as well as promoting the health and environmental benefits of electric vehicles. EVA England, a non-profit Community Interest Company, has gone from strength to strength since its inception in summer 2020.
Gill Nowell, a Director at EVA England, comments: “With numbers of electric cars steadily increasing despite the economic challenges of lockdown, and the 2030 phase out date for all new sales of petrol and diesel cars fresh in people’s minds, EVA England acts as a support mechanism for both current and prospective electric car drivers. We launched our new website in February and have been delighted by the number of membership enquiries already received from drivers who are keen to join the EVA England community.”
EVA England members will receive an exclusive membership pack, a charging etiquette guide, as well as access to further guides and support. As both membership and demand grows, members will also have access to specially organised events, and a variety of discounted services and products.
A highlight of EVA England’s opening membership offer is that all members can benefit from £50 off any electric car home charger on the Rightcharge website. Charlie Cook, founder of Rightcharge, explains: “Rightcharge is delighted to see EVA England open its doors to members. Drivers will get access to both our home chargepoint and EV-friendly energy tariff comparison services. And in addition, we’re very excited to offer a chargepoint discount to all EVA England members in order to celebrate the launch, and a special moment in EV history.”
Members will also have the option of participating in surveys that aim to better inform on the big issues for EV drivers in England, which in turn will help shape EVA England’s activities.