To charge your car at home, you will need to have a compatible charging unit installed where you park your car. This unit is a small, weatherproof charging port that mounts to your wall and connects to your car via a cable. Charging overnight ensures you always have a full battery in the morning.
Home charging points use your own electricity supply, if you have a smart electricity meter, you can monitor how much you use when charging, making it easier to budget.
With the government OLEV grant, you can apply to get up to £350 off the cost of your home installation.
There are some basic requirements you need to meet in order to be able to have a charging point installed at home.
First, you need access to legal, off-street parking, such as a driveway or garage. Second, you need to be the owner of the home, or get permission from your landlord, to get an installation. If you meet these criteria, all you need to do is contact us about your installation.
Compatible with all EV/PHEV models, the WallPod: EV HomeSmart enables electric vehicle drivers to operate their charging within the tap of a finger.
The user interacts with the charging point via their mobile phone or tablet using the free ev.energy app.
We’ll help you decide which home charging point is best for you, and advise you on the best location for your unit.
Imagine being able to offer peace of mind to your employees that they can charge their car whilst at work so that their commute home will be fully charged.
Making the transition to an EV is dependent on various factors.
Situating chargepoints at your workplace is an effective way to increase confidence in EV uptake, allowing employees to park and charge without looking for chargepoint locations elsewhere.
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