Electric Car Charger Installers for Dorset and Hampshire
We obtain the electric grant, install the charger for your car or van and notify the council.
We are electric vehicle charger approved suppliers and installers for ANDERSEN, EVBOX, ROLEC and SMARTEV.
We are members of NICEIC and NAPIT. We are OLEV approved to install electric charges on vans and cars and are able to offer Government grants for private users.
Because of this we are able to deal with obtaining a grant, installing the electrical work required and notifying the council making the whole procedure smoother for you. We install electric charging points across the south of England, working throughout Dorset, Hampshire, Poole, Bournemouth, Southampton, Portsmouth and surrounding areas.
Other products and services we offer include:
- Save money
- Reduce tax bill
- Grants available
- Free Quote
- Charge at home
We offer vehicle charger services for domestic and commercial installations in the south of England, primarily focused in Dorset and Hampshire
Our team offers electric charging site surveys and guarantees on top skilled workmanship to make sure your installation is as stress free and cost efficient as possible.
Being the approved suppliers and installers for Rolec, Smartev Andersen and Evbox, we know their electirc vehicle chargers offer the last in innovation and sleek elegant design at an affordable price, whether it’s for private or commercial charging. Their innovative ideas can also offer online user information, together with secure charging and time charging sessions units.
Government think tanks and automobile industry experts estimate that over 10 million passenger and 1 million commercial electric vans and cars will be sold over the next 15 years. With all vehicles being electric by 2050.
The government sees this as a massive part to the UK reaching its goal of meeting a worldwide climate change target. The British government has committed to reduce the conventional fuel demand by 80% and car emissions by 75%, saving the country in excess of £15 billion p.a. in fuel costs by 2030.
The government has also announced a long term extension to the plug in grant by injecting £400 million into the industry.
As of today there are 75,000 electric cars and vans in the UK with only 11,500 charging stations. The government’s push is to have 2 electric charging stations for every vehicle.
Charging your car will become common practice just like charging your mobile phone.
Residential – Benefits – Home charging
- No Road tax or company car tax
- No congestion charges
- Plug in grants via OLEV
- Petrol pence per mile 12p vs. Electric pence per mile 2p
- Make money by renting out your electric car charger (ie pay meter)
Charging your car or van at home is the simplest, easiest, cheapest and most popular way to charge your vehicle. While offering a slow charge rate under 3 kW using a 3pin plug supplied with most electric cars, a completely depleted battery will take 6-8 ours to fully charge, longer for models with larger batteries.
A more efficient and preferable method is to have a charge point installed on the outside of your house, driveway or garage. These offer a charge time of 3-4hours for a fully depleted battery using a 7 kW charge point.
Recently we installed a vehicle charging point for a VW Hybrid. Read about this electric car charging point install.