EV Charge Points

Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming more and more popular as people become more environmentally conscious. However, this rise in popularity has created an increasing need for EV charging points.

EV charge points are locations where EVs can be charged and are typically found in public places like shopping centres, car parks and gas stations, as well as in private locations like homes and offices. These charge points can be categorized into three types: slow, fast, and rapid. Slow chargers can take up to eight hours to fully charge an EV, while fast chargers can take between two to four hours, and rapid chargers can charge an EV up to 80% in just 30 minutes.

With the rise in the popularity of EVs, it is important that more charge points are installed to ensure that EV users can charge their vehicles conveniently and easily. Many governments are offering incentives for businesses to install EV charging points, which is a good sign that we are moving in the right direction towards a more sustainable future.

Grant Funding

Grant funding may be available for the works and the amount of grant and the cost of the works will vary depending your eligibility and on how much CO2 is saved by installing the measure