The future of EV charging is here
Tesla owners can save 50% on charging with David Energy.
Your EV is smart. Your charging should be, too.
With smart charging, your EV will intelligently optimize its charging to times when wholesale energy prices are lower than your regular rate.
Then, you get the savings back each month as a discount on your bill.
With wholesale prices as low as 2 cents/kWh, that means you could cut your cost to charge in half.
Tracking, visibility, and optimization. All in one.
Unlock visibility into your EV.
First, you’ll set up smart charging – telling us how much you’d like to charge and when you need your car ready. Every time you plug in, your car will find the best times to get the charge you need.
Once connected, you’ll get insights into your cost to charge, energy usage, savings generated and more.
Great plans. No gimmicks. No compromises.
Most EV energy plans tout benefits like reduced rates at night, letting you charge up for cheap. What they don’t tell you? You’ll pay extra-high rates for energy the rest of the time, and zero out all those charging savings.
That’s why smart charging isn’t an energy plan. It’s an exclusive benefit that works with all of our plans – giving you access to the same great low rates enjoyed by all of our customers, with savings on charging on top.
No more choosing between an EV plan, a solar plan, or one that’s good for your home. Now, you can have it all.
Plus, smart charging works at any time. Plug in whenever you want, night or day, and smart charging will optimize for savings.
You wouldn’t choose the expensive gas station.
So why would you pay more to charge?
It takes just a few simple steps to unlock access to smart charging:
- Sign up for a David Energy plan.
- Connect a compatible EV – smart charging works with Tesla, with more brands coming soon. Interested in beta testing for Rivian, BMW, Chevy, and other EVs? Reach out.
- Choose your settings and you’re good to go. Smarter savings await.
Ready to get started? Sign up today.
We’re not the only ones who think this is what’s next in charging. Ready to join us?
Questions? Visit our FAQ.