myenergi tops Driver Power 2021 survey for home electric car chargers


The myenergi zappi, Britain’s best-selling eco-smart EV charging device, has been crowned ‘best wallbox home electric car charger’ in the Auto Express Driver Power survey. Based on real-world driver feedback, the initiative aims to celebrate the market’s best technologies and most exciting new models.

Respondents were impressed with zappi’s ease of use and recharging speed, as well as its simple installation, stylish looks and high levels of customer support. The zappi also topped the charts when it came to charging reliability, far outstripping the competition with a score exceeding 90%.

zappi is a smart charging device with a difference. Not only does it operate as a standard EV charger, but it also has optional charging modes to utilise 100% green energy generated from solar panels or wind turbines. Paired with the myenergi app, users can set timers to harness economy tariffs, use the boost function, monitor devices and more.

Jordan Brompton, co-founder and CMO at myenergi, commented: “Topping the Driver Power charts shows that EV owners really appreciate the care and attention that we put into each and every zappi device. At myenergi, we’re committed to changing the way people think about energy, with a diverse range of technologies designed to improve sustainability and minimise mains consumption. Winning such a prestigious award is testament to the hard work and commitment of each and every team member.

“Since launching our first generation zappi device, we’ve seen thousands of units installed all over the world. However, despite this continued growth, we’ve stayed true to our promises of excellent performance, outstanding customer service and unmatched reliability.

“Recent stats from the SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders) show that around one in ten new car sales are now electric. With this trend expected to grow further in 2022, we’re expecting to see even more zappi units installed worldwide – helping to make the transition to electrification easier than ever before.”