||Armin C. Schneider|
Hi, it would be great to have a possibility to define a price per kWh according to own charging contracts. E.g. I charge via MVV for 0,45 € per kWh DC, but the ABRP app always assumes 0,35 € for the calculation of the route cost.
We have since added the 'Charge Cards' feature that lets you add your cards and contracts for tailored pricing. That said, we do not have all the available cards listed but we are continuously working on covering more of them. If you're missing any card or contract, you may submit a feature request.
It is not completely what was asked. Some people have different prices depending on their contract and lease. It would be really helpful to also be able to set your own price per kWh. For example when you use Bonnet, you have one fixed price for fast charging and regular charging.
I really miss this feature. I wonder why "some" prices are set at all. What is this for? This ONLY makes sense on an individual basis, otherwise it is useless. Like it is at the moment.
I would like to have the opportunity to set MY charging costs, selectable between €/minute or €/kWh for all charging networks I have set in the ChargerNetwork Preferences.
To answer your question, we've used whatever was available to us, a mix of static data and data provided by direct integrations with operators - but there have absolutely been great gaps in data as well as just very standard rates.
Some chargers we still do not have any pricing information on, but we are working on both covering more of them as well as, as mentioned above including more cards and contracts to better reflect the prices you'll charge at.
I would like to have this feature, too. Best would be to be able to set a price per network. For example 35€ct/kWh for Ionity and 48€ct/kWh for EnBW. The prices shown in the table generated by ABRP are nowhere near real world prices.
An integration with ww.chargeprice.app would be awesome, too. Just check which contracts you have and you are good to go. But propably a lot more work than just adding custom prices ...
I agree, for example I pay Ionity 0.29€/min instead of 0.79€/min France and same price per kWh abroad thanks to Kia Charge subscription.
Would be great to be able to add those contracts or manually modify ! Especially with Tesla charge for all coming
Congratulation for the work !