Vanarama and OVO Energy collaborate to offer customers cheap electric car leasing and low running costs

Vanarama, the UK’s biggest online vehicle leasing business, and OVO Energy, the largest independent energy supplier, have launched a partnership to help motorists convert to zero-emissions driving. The collaboration will offer the best deals on electric vehicle (EV) leasing and help customers achieve unbeatably low running costs.

As part of the partnership, customers leasing a new ‘Hot Offer’ electric car will also qualify for a years’ free insurance (worth an average £538) and a fully installed EV home charger.

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OVO’s ingenious Free Green Miles scheme also converts EV miles into a reduction in energy bills. This means customers can save money on charging their vehicle and on their household energy.

Vanarama and OVO Energy believe that taken together, the new scheme creates the UK’s best value and most affordable route to electric motoring.

Andy Alderson, Vanarama CEO and founder, said: “More and more motorists are looking to make the switch to electric motoring and we are determined to make it as easy and affordable as possible for them to do so.

“This new partnership with OVO is incredibly exciting and brings together a range of benefits to create an unbeatable offer that other brands can’t even come close to.”

OVO’s website also has a range of tools, information and impartial advice for those thinking about moving from petrol or diesel to a clean zero-emissions electric car.

Vanarama’s site offers a wide range of EVs to lease for those looking for a cheap and easy way to drive clean without the need for an expensive outright purchase. Add to that cheap energy bills and it looks like a great partnership for the end-user.

Chris Russell, managing director OVO Drive, OVO Energy, said: “The new partnership between OVO Energy and Vanarama creates another opportunity for drivers across the UK to reap the rewards from driving an electric vehicle.

“As a business, we’ve set progressive goals to halve our members’ carbon footprint by 2030, as a direct response to the climate crisis. By rolling out innovative new propositions to our members to get into electric vehicles we’re unlocking the huge environmental opportunity that electric vehicles offer.”

Ian Osborne
Ian Osborne
Editor-in-Chief at ElectricDrives

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