Driving an electric vehicle (EV) efficiently also requires making the most of regenerative, or regen, braking, which recharges the batteries when you slow down or drive downhill. To do this, use the higher levels of regen once you’re comfortable to do so. This, combined with good anticipation of the road ahead, will mean you do most of your slowing down through regen.
You should also remember that heating an EV takes energy and depletes the battery, so use heating wisely. Most EVs have heated seats and often heated steering wheels. By using these features you’ll probably find you can turn the cabin temperature down, which brings a net saving in energy.