We are fully qualified EV charging installers and provide a range of home EV charge points. We are approved & certified installers of Pod Point, EO & OHME.
We’re also approved installers of the government grant scheme OZEV (office for zero emission vehicles) The OZEV EV chargepoint grant provides up to £350 off the cost of purchasing and installing a home charging point. You can only claim one chargepoint per eligible vehicle and household. The grant is available for people who live in a rented property or own a flat with dedicated off-street parking. If eligible for the grant you simply fill out a simple form and we do the rest and the grant will be deducted from your final invoice.
So once you have decided if an EV charger is for you, here’s what happens next…
We will show you the recommended Electric Vehicle chargers based on your answers you gave us.
Why does my EV charger need WI-FI?
As most EV chargers are smart enabled you will need to ensure you can detect and connect to your Wi-Fi network at the installation point; you can test this beforehand through your mobile phone. If you cannot connect to your Wi-Fi network you should consider a Wi-Fi booster or an alternative installation location. Once installed, you will then control your smart EV charger through its associated partner app to use the cheapest and greenest electricity available (depending on your energy tariff).
The time it takes to charge an electric car can be as little as 30 minutes or more than 12 hours. This depends on the size of the battery and the speed of the charging point.
There are 5 main factors that affect the time it takes to charge an electric vehicle.