SOGO offers businesses the ability to operate a carbon-neutral fleet across petrol, diesel and electric cars

Leasing company partners with Rightcharge to help electric vehicle (EV) customers with charging, access to government grants and green electricity tariffs

By
Ian Osborne
July 24, 2021
Category:
EV Biz

Businesses are set to benefit from the launch of an innovative new all-inclusive monthly leasing service from SOGO. Their new SOGO Flexi offers a range of options from electric vehicles (EVs) to luxury saloons and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) with no upfront payments, servicing, breakdown cover and ultra-flexible insurance.

In a first for the UK vehicle leasing and rental industry, SOGO offers businesses the ability to operate a carbon-neutral fleet across petrol, diesel and electric cars. It joined energy giant BP’s Target Neutral programme to help fleet customers measure, reduce and offset their carbon emissions.

While we think it’s great that polluting car emissions are being offset, we’d hope customers who want to do the best by the planet would go for the zero-emissions vehicle options. SOGO Flexi offers the all-electric Renault Zoe 100kW i GT Line R135 50KWh Rapid Charge 5dr Auto from £200 + VAT per month and is based on 1,000 miles (1609km) a month.

For its EV drivers, SOGO has partnered with Rightcharge to help drivers identify and install the right charging unit for their type of usage and budget. The partnership also enables drivers to access government grants and green electricity tariffs.

Plus, it can help with smart billing options that enable electric car charging to be split from the drivers household bill to make reimbursement for company car mileage easier. Customers will also be provided with an Electric Juice Network card to access one of the UK’s largest networks of public chargers.

Karl Howkins concluded: “We are leading the industry by putting innovation at the heart of everything we do from all-inclusive monthly leasing to flexible salary sacrifice and carbon-neutral motoring.”

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