Electric Car Battery Charging

Electric Vehicle Charging

OLEV Grant Scheme - Office Of Low Emission Vehicles

The OLEV grant offers up to £350 off the cost of purchasing and installing a charging unit at your property, and can be claimed on the majority of fully electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles currently available on today’s market.  Find out more here

Find the full list of eligible vehicles here

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Standard Charger, Supply & Installation For Just £449

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HyperVolt Home

✓     7kw EV charging point

✓     Sleek design

✓     Dynamic Load Management

✓     Mobile App & Alexa Control

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Rolec

✓    Budget Charging Options

✓     Easy To Use

✓     Mobile App Control

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Myenergi Zappi

✓     7kw EV charging point

✓     Solar Energy Monitoring 

✓     Tether or Untethered

✓    Mobile App Control

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Easee Robot

✓     Mobile App Control

✓     Available in 5 Colours

✓     Smart Home Charger

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Andersen EV

✓     Large Range Of Finishes

✓     Concealed Tethered Cable

✓     Dynamic Load Management

✓     Mobile App Control

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EO Mini Pro

✓     Smallest Charger Available

✓     Sleek design

✓     Easy to use

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There are 3 main types of EV Charging Point. Slow, Fast and Rapid.

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Slow chargers (or trickle chargers) are generally only for emergency charging and can take 12 hours or more to charge the vehicle, they tend to be designed to charge form a normal 13A plug socket and are often not designed to be used day in and day out as it can cause overload to the sockets in your house.

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Fast Chargers are the standard for home charging and workplace charging, they can be installed at homes, businesses and other public locations to enable users to charge their vehicles within a only few hours, depending on the vehicle and rating of the charging point. The most common fast charger we install is rated at 7kW which will charge most vehicles from 0-100% within 6-8 hours.

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Rapid or Super Chargers are mainly found at Motorway Services and other public locations where super fast charging is necessary during a journey. A typical example is Telsa Super Chargers which can charge the vehicle up to 80% in just 20 minutes.

There are 3 main types of EV Charging Point. Slow, Fast and Rapid.

Slow Charger.png

Slow chargers (or trickle chargers) are generally only for emergency charging and can take 12 hours or more to charge the vehicle, they tend to be designed to charge form a normal 13A plug socket and are often not designed to be used day in and day out as it can cause overload to the sockets in your house.

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Fast Chargers are the standard for home charging and workplace charging, they can be installed at homes, businesses and other public locations to enable users to charge their vehicles within a only few hours, depending on the vehicle and rating of the charging point. The most common fast charger we install is rated at 7kW which will charge most vehicles from 0-100% within 6-8 hours.

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Rapid or Super Chargers are mainly found at Motorway Services and other public locations where super fast charging is necessary during a journey. A typical example is Telsa Super Chargers which can charge the vehicle up to 80% in just 20 minutes.

What Different EV Charging Plugs/Connectors are Available?

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There are two main types of plug that are commonly used: Type 1 & Type 2


Type 2 plugs are the most commonly used and we believe the best option, but the type of plug you use depends which vehicle you have


Both types of plug can charge up to 32 amps but the type 2 plug also allows for 3 phase charging if your installation has this option. This enables faster charging in some situations.

More About The OLEV Grant Scheme

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How to Apply

To claim the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme grant of up to £350 off of your home charger and installation, you will just need to answer a few questions.

 

Find the full list of eligible vehicles here

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Part A: registered keeper/primary user declaration  

Section 1 :

This section is where you enter your information, including your installation address and contact details.

The online form is sent across and you will be required to fill out the following boxes which include:

  • Name of primary vehicle user

  • Installation address

  • Customer phone number

  • Customer email address

  • Vehicle make and model

 

If you currently own the vehicle, please only fill out box 6, which asks for your Vehicle Registration Number (VRN) or Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

 

If your vehicle is currently on order, please only fill out box 7, which will ask for your estimated delivery date and one of the following identification numbers:

  • Order number

  • Reference number

  • Arrangement number

  • Agreement number

  • Enquiry/Quotation number

This identification number is required if your vehicle is on order; if you don’t have one of the above, please contact your vehicle provider.

 

Once you’ve filled in the relevant boxes, you’ll then need to fill out your name, sign and date the section before moving on to section 2.

Section 2 :

In this section, you’ll need to confirm your customer type by selecting ONE of the four options.

Each option will include what will be accepted as evidence.

  • I am the registered keeper/I have ordered the vehicle

  • I am leasing or have a finance agreement for this vehicle

  • I am the nominated user of an employer vehicle

  • I have leased the vehicle as part of a salary-sacrifice scheme

Section 3:

Please leave this section blank

 

 

Section 4 :

This section includes 11 boxes with statements regarding eligibility.

 

ALL boxes must be read and ticked to confirm the statement has been understood for an OZEV application to be approved; if you have any issues with any of the statements or any additional questions, please contact us and we will be able to assist.

 

 

Section 5 :

This section is your customer declaration. Please make sure to read the declaration in this section fully and then sign and date.

 

 

Once you’ve completed the form, it will be sent off to the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) to review.

Review of your application can take a few weeks and you may be approved or denied for the grant after you have your EV Charger installed. In this circumstance you will be required to pay the grant value for the installation