EV Charging 

Electric Vehicle Charge Points

Charging at home

Given that private cars are usually parked overnight, most electric car owners rely on home charging to ensure that their EV is ready for use each morning. As well as being convenient, home-based overnight charging also has the advantage of being, in most cases, the cheapest time to recharge.

The Government provides financial support for EV buyers to install a charge point at their home through the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS), which covers a proportion of the total costs.

Pete Smith Electrical Services is an accredited home charge point installer

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Charging at workplace

For employees, charging at work can be a convenient way to recharge an EV whilst parked during the day. From a business point of view, having a charge point at the workplace will become increasingly important as a facility for employees and visitors, while for businesses with an EV fleet it can be an essential operating factor.

Similar to the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme, the Government offers businesses, organisations, charities, and local authorities financial support to have charge points installed at their premises under the Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS).

The grant provides up to £350 per socket at 75% of the total cost of installation - up to a maximum of 20 sockets - to be installed on dedicated off-street parking for staff, visitors, or fleet use. 

Pete Smith Electrical Services is an accredited WCS charge point installer.

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