Electric Vehicle Charging with
EV Charger Installation Wiltshire
The future of driving is here and its electric. The sale of new electric and hybrid vehicles has exploded as the range and technology has improved. New Plug In Hybrid Vehicles (PHEV) and Fully Electric Vehicles are able to handle most daily journeys on a single charge.
As this new technology gathers pace, the infrastructure to enable charging needs to be expanded to meet the requirements.
We have the skills, experience and expertise to work with our clients to assist in the installation of electric vehicle charging points to help a smooth transition from fossil fuels to electric motoring. You can find us on the government list (click here) of approved Electric Vehicle Charge Point installers.
The government has setup a range of grant schemes to assist with costs relating to the installation of electric vehicle charge points. We are government scheme approved installers, able to claim the government grants on behalf of our clients.
Schemes Currently Available
Home Charge Scheme – This Scheme Is no Longer available
Workplace charging Scheme – Businesses can claim £350 per charge point socket up to a maximum 40 charge points per company.
On Street Charging Scheme – Available for local authorities to assist in the cost of an on street charging point for properties without driveways. The grant available is 75% up to £7500.
Is your Business Registered to your HOME? ….. You could be eligible to claim the £350 Workplace grant scheme AT HOME
If you work from Home, and / Or your Home is the Registered Location of your Business, then you may be eligible for a £350 installation voucher via the OZEV scheme. This can be redeemed against any EV charge point installation carried out at your registered work place, by a OZEV registered installer (Like us).
To claim an installation voucher visit the OZEV website and complete the application, if eligible you will be sent a grant scheme code. This is usually valid for 6 months from issue. Once you have the code, you give this to your installer once installation has been completed. Use the Button below to visit the OZEV website to apply for a workplace grant scheme voucher.
EV Charger Installation Wiltshire
Workplace Charge Point Scheme Eligibility
This scheme is designed to encourage the uptake of electric vehicles in businesses. All businesses with premises can claim a £350 voucher per socket they wish to have installed. This is then offset with the EV point installer against the cost of the installation. To be eligible for the £350 voucher per socket, businesses must:
a) be a registered business, charity, or public sector organisation evidenced by a Companies House reference number. You can alternatively apply by using your VAT registration number or HMRC registration letter. Charities not in possession of any of this documentation can upload a copy of their registration to the Charity Commission by using the upload field reserved for HMRC registration letter.
b) must be either:
a public authority – includes government departments and their agencies, the armed forces, local governments, the NHS and emergency services. In considering eligibility, OZEV will use the public authorities referenced in LGA Act 2003, Section 33, and the Freedom of Information Act, Schedule 1, parts 1-3, or:
must have received less than Euro 200,000 of public support in the last 3 fiscal years (previous 2 fiscal and current fiscal year), or which is currently pending before applying for the WCS and satisfy the eligibility criteria for de minimis aid
c) can declare a need for electric vehicle charging equipment or an intent to encourage uptake among their staff and/or fleet
d) are located in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland
e) has dedicated off-street parking for staff and/or fleets
f) own the property or have consent from the landlord for chargepoints to be installed at all the sites listed in the application
For more information or to complete a voucher claim please visit the government OZEV guidance webpage: Workplace Charging Scheme: guidance for applicants, chargepoint installers and manufacturers – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)