100% green electricity for every charging event.

Electric vehicles can only be fully environmentally friendly if they support the use of renewable energies. That is why we are committed to making every charging event as sustainable as possible.

The Hyundai KONA EV.

Why green energy?

To make electromobility truly sustainable, it is essential that every part of the value chain is considered. Charging is one of the most important factors.

Supporting renewable energy.

Charge my Hyundai therefore promotes the use of renewable energy and ensures that for each charging event the equivalent amount of energy consumed is fed into the electricity grid as green electricity. This compensation for the amount of energy is achieved through so-called Guarantees of Origin.

  1. The Hyundai plug logo.

    One centralised system.

    Guarantees of Origin are the established form of green energy certificates in Europe, which certify how and where electricity is produced from renewable energy sources.

  2. A Hyundai electric vehicle getting plugged in to charge with Guarantees of Origin energy.

    Independent registration.

    Renewable energy producers can have these Guarantees of Origin issued by independent registration bodies for the amount of electricity they produce and feed into the grid.

  3. A man standing in front of a wind turbine which produces renewable energy used at IONITY stations.

    100% wind power.

    Guarantees of Origin show that electricity from wind turbines was fed into the network. In this way, we support one of the most environmentally friendly ways of generating electricity.

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      *Maximum range according to WLTP combined cycle. Specification dependent. Actual range will vary depending on factors including road conditions, outdoor temperature, driving style, use of climate control and battery condition.

      **350kW ultra-fast charger required for quickest charge times - chargers are currently available on selected arterial routes – see Charge myHyundai map for details. Not currently available in Northern Ireland.

      Hyundai test data for comparison purposes. Actual time will vary and is dependent on several factors including battery temperature, condition and age, ambient temperature and the power provided by the charger. Charge time increases in cold weather and if battery temperature activates safeguarding technology.

      In optimal conditions, the latest IONIQ 5 is capable of accepting power at up to 240kW and IONIQ 6 at 239kW.

      A beach scenery and the IONIQ 5 about to charge. A woman is standing next to the car.

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      Get to know our tariffs. Charging prices depend on the maximum charging speed. Generally, a fast charging speed implies higher cost. Reduced charging rates from preferred partners may be regarded as exceptions.