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Charge myHyundai

Posted: Wed Aug 10, 2022 4:10 pm
by HIoniq5
Has any one been able to use the card to get a cheaper charging rate on any other charger except Ionity?

I have tried it using it on one of my local charging sight, ESB energy. I used the 50 kW charger, and was invoiced for 9.462 kWh (DC) at the price of £5.98. Which, if my maths is correct, equates to 0.62p p kWh.

I charged up again at the same charger, this time using the ESB energy card and was invoiced for 21.014 kWh at he price of £9.4563. Which works out at 0.45p p kWh. This price is the same if using contactless.

If Hyundai use this sort of pricing for their new one-card EV charging service, I wont be using it.

What do you think, any information will be useful.

Re: Charge myHyundai

Posted: Tue Aug 16, 2022 5:27 pm
by daduxbury
Previously I had two Mitsubishi Outlanders PHEVs (2016, 2019), so I have a good collection of charging cards. I found the using ZAP maps you can find the cost immediately and even use the app for charging and invoicing.

Re: Charge myHyundai

Posted: Mon Jan 08, 2024 10:21 pm
by Welsh Wizard
There is a serious problem with the ap and Hyundai are not prepared to help and have ripped me off.

After using the app to charge I disconnected from the charger, and drove off. My session should have been terminated.

The next person to use the charging station got a full charge and I got billed for it. Hyundai refuse to reimburse me for the error, the toe rags!