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I couldn't agree more with this... I hope all motorway charge point providers adopt this view and post notices banning PHEVs.

Unless I've missed it, there in no mention of PHEVs also not being totally reliant on charging, like an EV is. Not counting the now discontinued i3 REX which Ive always thought of a proper EV.

Are there any PHEVs that can charge on DC? If not then DC only chargers offer a built-in solution.

https://evfleetworld.co.uk/motorway-chargepoints-should-be-saved-for-pure-evs-report-finds/
 

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At least ionity stations will be DC only as far as I get it from their website. Ruling out PHEV automatically.
 

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lvrmsc said:
At least ionity stations will be DC only as far as I get it from their website. Ruling out PHEV automatically.
Yes that's right and I will be able to make regular use of the one they're building at Gretna Green!
 

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Only PHEV I know with DC charging capability is Outlander. But it's charging speed is so slow that cost of kWh would be high in those DC charger which is time base payment.
 

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SammyD said:
mikew said:
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Are there any PHEVs that can charge on DC? If not then DC only chargers offer a built-in solution.

https://evfleetworld.co.uk/motorway-chargepoints-should-be-saved-for-pure-evs-report-finds/
Yes there are PHEV's that can charge on DC. My Outlander uses CHAdeMO. I charge it at Service Areas that I stop for a comfort break.
I can charge it to 80% in under 20 minutes. Then I leave.
Then stop at the next Service Station 20 miles down the road to recharge?
 
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