Technical Queries

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No, one can only apply for one EV service per account/premise. However, one EV unit (EVU) can supply more than one EV charger.

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Yes, you can apply for an EV meter for both properties.

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Yes, as long as authorization is obtained from the EV vehicle owner

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Yes, so long as the account is Residential/Domestic and adequate space is available inside the premises to charge the vehicle. However only leased vehicles will be considered. Customers with rented vehicles are not eligible to apply for the new EV tariff.

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No, only the EV charge can be connected to the service. This abuse will be detected by Enemalta, and disciplinary action will be taken.

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The EV service will be registered on the same Residential/Domestic account as the main meter.

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All the consumption consumed by the EV charger during the off-peak period will be charged at a flat rate of €0.1298c per unit, whilst that consumed during the remaining hours of the day will be added to that of the household meter and charged accordingly as per the normal tariff structure.

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During off-peak hours, which are weekdays between 00.00 to 05.59am and 12.00pm to 03.59pm and all day (00.00-23.59) on Sundays. Normal tariffs apply during all other charging times.