Install an EV charging point for the convenience of refueling at home, cost savings on fuel, and to actively contribute to a cleaner environment. Future-proof your property and gain control over your charging needs while joining the electric revolution.
There are more and more charging points in public spaces from fuel stations, supermarkets, shops and car parks. However nothing beats the convenience of charging your car while you’re busy doing something else.
You could also benefit from lower prices than public charging options, particularly if your energy company has a discounted rate for off-peak Electric Vehicle charging.
A grant worth up to 75% of the cost of installing a charging point is available to flat owners with dedicated parking spaces, landlords, apartment block owners and social housing providers.
The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) means that grants are also now available to SMEs, Small Accommodation businesses, B&Bs, Charities and commercially let premises owners.
You can plug into a normal socket and ‘trickle charge’ your battery slowly – around 10 hours for example – and pay through your electricity bill.
These are generally available for home installs. Twice the speed of a slow charge, these are convenient and simple to install by a qualified electrician.
Requiring a 3 phase supply not generally available in domestic settings, these tend to only be available in public spaces.
Available at fuel stations, motorway services and public locations with a DC supply, these can charge in as little as 30 minutes (and cost a lot more).
What EV charger do I need at home? Who can install an Electric Vehicle Charging Point? How fast can I charge at home? What Electric Vehicle Charging Point Grants are there? Find answers to these and more in our FAQs.