BP, EDP and Pingo Doce join forces to give discounts to their customers

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BP, EDP and Pingo Doce join forces to give discounts to their customers

Thursday 07, February 2019

From now on, EDP Comercial customers who have a 'Poupa Mais' card and refuel their cars at BP stations will pay less for their electricity and gas.

BP, EDP and Pingo Doce will join forces to give more discounts to their customers. From now on, EDP Comercial customers who have a 'Poupa Mais' card and refuel their cars at BP stations will pay less for their electricity and gas.

For every 40 liters of fuel/month bought at BP stations, customers will automatically get a €2 discount on their EDP Comercial bill. To access these discounts, customers just need to associate their 'Poupa Mais' card with their EDP Comercial contract. To do this, simply go to poupamais.pt, call the card's hotline, or visit an EDP store.

The benefits also apply to the charging of electric vehicles at BP stations, which will get triple the points on the Poupa Mais card. More information at edp.pt or poupamais.pt.

Created 6 years ago by BP and Pingo Doce, the Poupa Mais card is a savings instrument for Portuguese families which will continue to surprise customers with new savings.

This partnership comes at a time when BP and EDP are committed to the development of electric mobility in Portugal, having recently signed an agreement that will result in the deployment of new charging stations across the country.
 
"The first five stations are located in Lisbon, Porto and Maia, but we plan to install 30 charging stations across the network within a year," says BP Marketing and External Communication Director Anabela Silva, adding that "the partnership between BP and EDP is a very important step for our sustainability policy, for the future of mobility, and for improving our customer offer."

Operating in Portugal for the past 90 years, BP thus strengthens its commitment to customers, partners and the planet: to deliver increasingly cleaner energy. BP is increasingly eco-efficient and seeks to reduce and manage the environmental impact of its operations on a daily basis. Anabela Silva also points out that BP "is creating alternative energy solutions." "We know that the problem requires multiple answers, and therefore, in all the scenarios we work with, we always present a portfolio diversification and not a single solution," she adds.

For EDP, providing customers with top-notch services, solutions tailored to their needs, and advantageous partnerships is a top priority. The agreement with BP is part of this strategy, bolstering the group's already strong commitment to electric mobility.

"Electric mobility is one of EDP's strategic pillars, which is why we have been launching new solutions that clearly meet the challenges ahead of us. We believe that partnerships play a crucial role in building sustainable ecosystems, especially in this area," says Vera Pinto Pereira, the president of EDP Comercial - a market leader with over four million customers in Portugal.

The launch of this partnership will be accompanied by a press, radio and digital media campaign which will run for two weeks. The campaign will highlight the partnership's benefits for customers, creatively exploring the connection between the three partners.