As of now it is not possible to set up a public charge rate in Norway. Hence this Tronity feature is useless in the largest EV market in Europe.
Why is it useless you say?
Well, in Norway the charge rate is set up with two components. Minutes connected, and energy provided. Tronity only take into account the energy part.
Even after I've thourogly explained this for Tronity staff, they are reluctant to implementing this obviouous defect, unless this is voted over here.
So everybody charging in Norway, please vote this up.
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